Jalandhar3 hours agoWriter: Narindra Sharma
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There have been many cases of heroin and weapons landing in Punjab through drones from Pakistan. But in the lab investigation of the drone caught by the Border Security Force (BSF), a new disclosure has been made. The two drones captured by BSF in March and April 2022 were not sent from Pakistan but from Punjab.
Then from there heroin and pistol-magazine were tied with them and brought to Punjab. BSF with the help of Punjab Police arrested Jagjit Singh, a smuggler of Haveliyan village of Tarn Taran. He revealed during interrogation that not one or two but five drones were bought from Chandni Chowk in Delhi. He used to send them to Pakistan from home also.
revealed like this
On 9 March, BSF intercepted a Phantom 4 Pro drone at the border under BOP Haveliyan. In the investigation, the smuggler Jagjit, his accomplices Hasanpreet Singh and Surjan Singh were arrested. When interrogated them after examining the drones in the lab, they assumed that they had brought 6 consignments through them. During this, 3 of his 5 drones fell in Pakistan in January and February.
The number of the note was the code word.
After the delivery of heroin and real, Jagjit used to pay them through hawala. For this, the number of Rs 10 note was told to the smugglers sitting in Pakistan. There the person associated with the hawala used to tell the number of the note, after matching the payment was done.