Anti-drug forces (NNF) officers arrested two people from Islamabad’s International Airport because they tried to smuggle drugs.
Men were arrested and 3,700 kilograms of ice heroin were also captured. People tried to fly from a private airline through the plane, Saudi Arabia Flight XY-316.
The police have charged both men with an attempt to smuggle drugs.
There is no such type of case where traffickers are trying to take drugs.
In a recent case, the NFF arrested a child at Bacha Khan International Airport Peshawar, when he recovered 1.46 kilograms of drugs. Abdul Rahman’s name was used individually toffee packets, which was meant to smuggle Sharjah.
Yet in another case, after the drug in England’s PIA ship, the British authorities held several international workers of Pakistan International Airlines. After the incident, 13 PIA employees, including engineers and supervisors, were removed from their position.
Trafficking and drug sales are not limited to airports only because criminals look towards high-tech modes quickly. A few years ago, two Pakistani people arrested the London Metropolitan Police Service Fauzia Squad to sell drugs online. In the question, men sent illegal drugs from Karachi to Britain and the United Kingdom through the dark web.