10kg ‘cocaine’ recovered at India-Bangladesh border

New Age Online
The cocaine was being transported in a sealed bag in a truck.--NDTV photo

The cocaine was being transported in a sealed bag in a truck.–NDTV photo

Indian Border Security Force seized 10 kilograms of cocaine from a truck coming from Bangladesh at a village on India-Bangladesh border in Indian state of West Bengal.
A truck with a West Bengal number plate was coming from Bangladesh and was being driven by Suman Sil, a 22-year-old resident of a village in North 24 Parganas district, reports NDTV.
On getting the information of a high value consignment being smuggled, BSF troops launched a special operation team at Petrapole and began searching all incoming vehicles.
In the suspected truck, a sealed, covered bag containing some unknown powder, weighing 10 kilograms, was spotted, following which the BSF immediately informed Narcotics Control Bureau, Kolkata.
After tests, the NCB confirmed the substance found in the bag was cocaine.

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