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Pathankot Police busts major drug smuggling chain from J&K to Punjab

The Fact News Service
Pathankot, May 23

In a stunning victory against the perils presented by drug trafficking, Pathankot Police have accomplished a remarkable feat by foiling a significant operation involving the illicit transportation of poppy husk from Jammu and Kashmir to Punjab and confiscated 100 kilograms of poppy husk, apprehended one drug smuggler, and impounded a truck engaged in the illegal transportation of this narcotic substance.

This represents the second major confiscation of poppy husk by the Pathankot Police this month, following their successful interception of 207 kilograms of poppy husk en route from Jammu and Kashmir to Punjab.

The apprehended individual has been recognized as Riyaz Ahmed Sher Guri, son of Mahomad Ramjan Sher Guri, hailing from Midora, Awantipura, Pulwama, Jammu & Kashmir, India, and has been placed under arrest.

The prompt intervention by the Pathankot Police successfully thwarted the distribution of a significant amount of illegal substances in the streets of Punjab.

During a press conference, Senior Superintendent of Police Pathankot, Harkamal Preet Singh Khakh, eloquently said that a series of specialized police units, headed by officers of esteemed ranks, have been established across all subdivisions of the district to combat the pervasive issue of drug abuse.

As part of this concerted effort, a team of police officers led by the diligent Station House Officer Sujanpur Anil Powar, under the careful guidance of Deputy Superintendent of Police Dhar Kalan Rajinder Minhas, successfully set up a dedicated checkpoint at Naka Madhopur. This strategic location enables the meticulous screening of all vehicles traversing between the regions of Jammu and Kashmir and Punjab.

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