MIANWALI: Weapons and drug smuggling proceed unabated through Mianwali, however, women are being hired for dealing narcotics. The circumstance is intensifying because of the lack of educational and employment opportunities for the adolescent. Mianwali region lies on the shortest route to practically all regions of Punjab from Dera Ismail Khan, Bannu, Kohat and Shakar Darra in K-P.
As of late, authorities of Chakrala police headquarters confiscated 24 kilograms of heroin and captured four suspects at Fakhrabad Check-post.
Tending to a question and answer session, District Police Officer (DPO) Hassan Asad Alvi said the station house official (SHO) of Chakrala and his group, drove by Musa Khel Deputy Superintendent of Police Mehr Muhammad Riaz, seized the narcotics while looking through vehicles entering Mianwali at the checkpoint. During the checking, Arif and Mohmmad Waqas of Nowshera region were arrested with 2kgs heroin parcels tied on their body.
The sister of Waqas and spouse of Arif was likewise conveying 4kgs of heroin in their handbags. After further inquiry of their vehicle, police discovered 16kgs of heroin worth a huge number of rupees. The four culprits were in their early twenties. Police said they were conveying the heroin from Peshawar to one Akbar Khan in Shahbaz Khel town of Mianwali region.
Sources uncovered that the drug peddlers/ smugglers wanted to send the heroin off to Karachi. The suspects have admitted to having conveyed drugs to a similar individual a year ago. The DPO conveyed money prizes among police staff who participated in the operation. Another drug trafficking attempt was thwarted by Mianwali police not long ago during snap checking of a transport going from Rawalpindi to Kot Addu. The police held onto 16kgs of heroin from the baggage of a traveler named Tahir Naqash of Haripur.
In a comparative activity a couple of days prior, Chakrala SHO Mohammad Afzal Waraich and his group halted a vehicle originating from Peshawar at Fakhrabad post while checking vehicles entering in the region. The driver was found conveying two bundles of 2kgs of heroin each. He was recognized as Mohammad Waqar of Rawalpindi. Another 4kgs of heroin were seized from a lady of Chakwal going in the vehicle. Upon further pursuit of the vehicle, 24kgs a greater amount of heroin was discovered, making it a grand 30kgs.
Such an enormous amount of heroin has been seized in Mianwali for the first time, while smaller sums are regularly seized at different check posts. Specialists state production of instructive and work openings in provincial zones is additionally key to checking drug sneaking alongside the activities of law-authorization offices.
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