Indian Narcotics Department arrested Afghanistan citizens with drugs at Delhi airport

Jan 13 2020 11:01 AM
Indian Narcotics Department arrested Afghanistan citizens with drugs at Delhi airport

New Delhi: Narcotics Control Bureau had to feed at least 120 bananas to 7 Afghan nationals, when 177 capsules in their stomachs came out. The price of these 177 capsules is estimated to be at least Rs 10 crore in the international market. According to reports, 7 citizens of Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport Afghanistan were arrested. These citizens reached Delhi from Kabul.

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Apart from this, 2 more Afghan nationals who arrived at Delhi airport were taken into custody. There was intelligence in relation to these citizens that they are coming to India with drugs. When they were searched, nothing was found in their belongings. But on their x-rays, it was found that these 7 Afghan citizens have at least 177 capsules in their stomach, which contains a drug called heroin.

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Thereafter 120 bananas were fed to these citizens for the next two days. After which these capsules came out in defecation. These people arrested with drugs reported that they had ingested these capsules with honey and special oil. After this, he did not eat or drink anything on the flight between Kabul to Delhi. His plan was that he would reach out to the hotel in Delhi and take out these capsules. At present, all the accused are under police custody.

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