The drug was confiscated in Tonpeung district, while the owner was absent

The drug was confiscated in Tonpeung district, while the owner was absent  Police in Huay Xai District seized 11,920,000 methamphetamine tablets in 48 bags and 1,288 kilograms of opium on March 17 on an unregistered Hyundai bus parked at Ban Nam Keng Market in Tonpeung District. Police are investigating the whereabouts of the two men and the source of the drugs. So far, police have not been able to provide details on the matter, according to an official at Bokeo Provincial Police Headquarters on Radio Free Asia on March 22.  " The information has not been released yet because it will be implemented there and then a statement will be issued. It is still under investigation. People have not yet received it. " This seizure is the largest seizure in Tonpeung district in 2022, as most of the seizures took place in Huay Xai district in the past.  Bokeo provincial investigators say the same day that despite cracking down on drug traffickers, most have been caught driving transport workers, petty traffickers at the end of the line, but the problem behind the drug trade has not been cracked down on.  " This is difficult because it does not get the big kidneys of the ones that are made directly or by the big traders, but the people at the end of the line are the ones who can just take it away. He added that the Nam Keung area in Tonpeung district is considered a one-way access to the main road to Oudomxay and Luang Namtha provinces and then out to China. As a result, drug traffickers used the area to pass through, and villagers in the Nam Keung cluster in Tonpeung district said on March 22 that police officers had now set up the Nam Keng checkpoint as a checkpoint for goods and people entering and leaving the area. Therefore, this problem is difficult to solve.  " There are still traders here. Eliminate it. It's difficult. As you can see, she used to drive a car. She checked the car, but she did not check all the cars. At the same time, a resident of Tonpeung said that he was very happy with the authorities who confiscated the drugs and did not allow them to reach their children, because now in Tonpeung there are children aged 16 and over who are so addicted to drugs that their families have been drugged.  " Children, teenagers, and teenagers are harassing each other. Many people are curious, some are addicted, some are addicted, and then the family congratulates the authorities for their attention in cracking down on the police."  The villagers, who knew the news on social media that the Bokeo provincial police chief was able to seize the drugs, were happy to see the authorities at the Nam Keng Duen checkpoint, inspecting the villages to prevent workers from working in the banana plantations.  " I'm glad that there was a crackdown, there was a crackdown, when the drug dealers came, they brought different clothes, and they were happy with the police that they were able to stop the class because people came and checked our checkpoint all the time. ”  According to the Bokeo Provincial Police Headquarters, 11,920,000 tablets of methamphetamine seized by the police on March 17 were stored in the Bokeo Provincial Police Headquarters' drug store to wait for a verdict before deciding what to do

Police in Huay Xai District seized 11,920,000 methamphetamine tablets in 48 bags and 1,288 kilograms of opium on March 17 on an unregistered Hyundai bus parked at Ban Nam Keng Market in Tonpeung District. Police are investigating the whereabouts of the two men and the source of the drugs. So far, police have not been able to provide details on the matter, according to an official at Bokeo Provincial Police Headquarters on Radio Free Asia on March 22.

" The information has not been released yet because it will be implemented there and then a statement will be issued. It is still under investigation. People have not yet received it. "
This seizure is the largest seizure in Tonpeung district in 2022, as most of the seizures took place in Huay Xai district in the past.

Bokeo provincial investigators say the same day that despite cracking down on drug traffickers, most have been caught driving transport workers, petty traffickers at the end of the line, but the problem behind the drug trade has not been cracked down on.

" This is difficult because it does not get the big kidneys of the ones that are made directly or by the big traders, but the people at the end of the line are the ones who can just take it away. 
He added that the Nam Keung area in Tonpeung district is considered a one-way access to the main road to Oudomxay and Luang Namtha provinces and then out to China. As a result, drug traffickers used the area to pass through, and villagers in the Nam Keung cluster in Tonpeung district said on March 22 that police officers had now set up the Nam Keng checkpoint as a checkpoint for goods and people entering and leaving the area. Therefore, this problem is difficult to solve.

" There are still traders here. Eliminate it. It's difficult. As you can see, she used to drive a car. She checked the car, but she did not check all the cars. At
the same time, a resident of Tonpeung said that he was very happy with the authorities who confiscated the drugs and did not allow them to reach their children, because now in Tonpeung there are children aged 16 and over who are so addicted to drugs that their families have been drugged.

" Children, teenagers, and teenagers are harassing each other. Many people are curious, some are addicted, some are addicted, and then the family congratulates the authorities for their attention in cracking down on the police."

The villagers, who knew the news on social media that the Bokeo provincial police chief was able to seize the drugs, were happy to see the authorities at the Nam Keng Duen checkpoint, inspecting the villages to prevent workers from working in the banana plantations.

" I'm glad that there was a crackdown, there was a crackdown, when the drug dealers came, they brought different clothes, and they were happy with the police that they were able to stop the class because people came and checked our checkpoint all the time. ”

According to the Bokeo Provincial Police Headquarters, 11,920,000 tablets of methamphetamine seized by the police on March 17 were stored in the Bokeo Provincial Police Headquarters' drug store to wait for a verdict before deciding what to do
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