Big action by NCB and Indian Navy in Kochi(Kerala), 2500 kg drugs worth 12 thousand crores seized Big action by NCB and Indian Navy in Kochi(Kerala), 2500 kg drugs worth 12 thousand crores seized

Big action by NCB and Indian Navy in Kochi(Kerala), 2500 kg drugs worth 12 thousand crores seized

Big action by NCB and Indian Navy in Kochi(Kerala), 2500 kg drugs worth 12 thousand crores seized  According to NCB officials, about 3200 kg of methamphetamine, 500 kg of heroin and 529 kg of charas have been seized in the operation so far. This operation has been launched against the drugs being smuggled from Afghanistan to India.  Kochi(India) : In Kerala, NCB and Indian Navy have caught drugs worth 12 thousand crores while running a joint operation. 2500 kg of methamphetamine drugs have been recovered during the raid. This is the first time that such a huge consignment of methamphetamine drugs has been found in the country. The Navy has also detained a suspected Pakistani national along with the consignment. He is under interrogation. It is being told that the drugs were brought from Afghanistan to Kerala via sea. Apart from NCB, these seizures have taken place on the basis of inputs shared with Sri Lanka and Maldives.  According to NCB officials, about 3200 kg of methamphetamine, 500 kg of heroin and 529 kg of charas have been seized in the operation so far. This operation has been launched against the drugs being smuggled from Afghanistan to India.   'Operation Samudragupt' was launched under the chairmanship of NCB Director General SN Pradhan in view of the threat to national security arising out of maritime smuggling of heroin and other drugs on the Indian Ocean region. This operation started in January 2022 under the supervision of NCB's Deputy Director General of Operations Sanjay Singh. The initial objective of the operation was to gather information to interdict ships carrying narcotics.  Earlier the NCB shared certain inputs with Sri Lanka and Maldives during 'Operation Samudragupta' which led to the arrest of 19 drug smugglers with the arrest of 286 kg of heroin and 128 Kg of methamphetamine was recovered.   In continuation of the joint operation with the Intelligence Wing of the Indian Navy, intelligence was received about the movement of a 'mother ship' carrying a large quantity of methamphetamine off the coast of Makran. Mother ships are large ocean ships. On the basis of this input, the Navy had intercepted a large ship going to sea. 134 sacks of suspected methamphetamine were recovered from the ship and an Iranian national was also detained. The recovered gunny bags, Pakistani nationals, intercepted boat and some other items salvaged from the main ship were brought to Mattancherry jetty, Cochin on 13 May 2023 and handed over to NCB for further action.  Earlier in February 2022, a joint team of NCB and Indian Navy seized 529 kg of hashish, 221 kg of methamphetamine and 13 kg of heroin off the coast of Gujarat. It was brought from Balochistan and Afghanistan. At the same time, in October 2022, an Iranian boat was stopped off the coast of Kerala in a joint operation. A total of 200 kg of high-grade heroin was seized in this, which was also brought to Afghanistan. Six Iranian drug traffickers were arrested in the operation.               No option but to ban Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf(PTI): Home Minister Pakistan  On the other hand, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said that those responsible for vandalizing Jinnah House, the residence of Corps Commander in Lahore, will be arrested within 72 hours.  Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah said on Saturday that there is no option but to ban Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI).  He said while holding a press conference in Islamabad that only 40 to 45 thousand people came out on the streets to protest against Imran Khan's arrest and it cannot be called a public response.  Those who are going out for Imran Khan are trained terrorists who were trained by Imran Khan. This person (Imran Khan) trained people for this anarchy and riot. There is no other option but to ban this party.  The interior minister said that there was no protest in Pakistan during May 9 to 11, but the shops were looted during that time, so where was the protest? They looted shops and cattle markets.'  He added that even animals were set on fire, government buildings and other properties were burnt.  'The Quaid-e-Azam House was looted up to the needle and then set on fire.'  "One person prepared terrorists for 10 years in general and for the last one year in particular and told them to demonstrate like this when they are arrested."  Nahu said that it is a matter of concern and sorrow for the entire nation that a person stole 60 billion rupees of the country, which has documentary evidence and he cannot even say that I did not steal it. "On this national loot, Imran Khan got land worth seven billion."  Continuing his speech, Rana Sanaullah said that 'Imran Khan stole 60 billion rupees from the people, while Shahzad Akbar took away two billion rupees.'  He said: 'This man (Imran Khan) kept telling his people that as soon as I am arrested, you have to demonstrate like this.  "This man has had attacks on properties, attacks on sensitive properties, bank robberies and burning of national property."  He further said that when the culprits of all these incidents come before the Chief Justice, he (Chief Justice) calls them 'Welcome' and then they are given such relief which no one has got in the history of Pakistan.  'When the Chief Justice welcomes and expresses good wishes while leaving, then what authority is left for the judges of the High Court.  He further said that the government will hold these terrorists accountable and no one will be lenient.  The interior minister said that the court granted bail even in those cases which have not been registered yet, bail was also granted in those cases which may be in the mind of an institution.  In response to a question about the government's strategy, Rana Sanaullah said that 'we did not use force so that these people were exposed.'  'If Ladley had not received such a big relief that day and more relief the next day, perhaps this temptation would have been completely bottled up in a day or two.'  He also said that our democratic struggle in this regard will continue.  Vandalism in Jinnah House, those responsible will be arrested in 72 hours: Shahbaz Sharif  Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said on Saturday that those responsible for vandalizing Jinnah House, the residence of Corps Commander in Lahore, will be arrested within 72 hours.  After presiding over a meeting at the Punjab Safe City Authority Headquarters, Lahore, Shahbaz Sharif said that Jinnah House was completely burnt to ashes and the entire nation is saddened.  On May 9, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf activists and sympathizers staged violent protests in various cities after the arrest of Imran Khan from the Islamabad High Court building.  During the same protest, the angry mob entered Jinnah House and after looting and vandalizing it, set fire to the building.  Shahbaz Sharif further said in his conversation today that government property was damaged under a plan.  The incident that happened on May 9 is one of the worst incidents in the country's history. The Corps Commander House is actually the historic Jinnah House and it is disappointing to see it in such a state.'  Criticizing Imran Khan, Shahbaz Sharif said that the former prime minister and his 'crowd' are no less than anti-Pakistan elements. "What the terrorists could not do in 75 years, the miscreants of PTI did."  The Prime Minister said that those involved in terrorist activities should be punished according to law.  He assured that the law would deal with the miscreants with 'iron hands'.  Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif also visited Jinnah House, CMH and Services Hospital today.  On this occasion, caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi was present with him.  The Prime Minister visited DIG Ali Nasir Rizvi and other police officers and injured personnel undergoing treatment at Services Hospital.  On this occasion, he said that no exception will be taken in the actions against rioters and facilitators and every attacker will be identified and punished according to law.  Shahbaz Sharif said that those who damage the government property by encircling the fire will be dealt with iron hands.             FC camp attack in Qila Saifullah district of Balochistan, clearance operation complete: Pakistan Army According to the Pakistan Army, after the attack on the FC camp in Muslim Bagh, the security forces have completed the clearance operation, six terrorists and six security personnel were killed in the operation.  Pakistan Army's Public Relations Department ( ISPR ) said on Saturday that six attackers were killed in an attack on an FC camp in Qila Saifullah district of Balochistan and an operation by security forces .  Terrorists attacked a Frontier Corps (FC) camp in Muslim Bagh on Friday evening and took hostage several residents of the camp, including children, the ISPR said in a statement.  According to the statement, a security clearance operation was launched immediately after the attack, which was completed on Saturday morning and resulted in the release of at least three families held hostage, besides the killing of six terrorists.  "All the six terrorists in the camp who were armed with modern weapons were killed. Intelligence operation is also going on against their facilitators."    According to the statement, during the attack and clearance operation, six security personnel and a civilian were also killed, while six people, including a woman, were injured.  Thus, six attackers, as many security personnel and one civilian lost their lives in the attack and clearance operation on the FC camp.  Earlier, the Pakistan Army said in a statement on Friday that a group of terrorists attacked an FC camp in the northern district of Qila Saifullah, killing two attackers and two security personnel.  Abdullah Khan, the Levies official in Muslim Bagh, said that in the late night attack, several armed men tried to enter the camp and during this time firing was heard.   He said that the operation continued in the morning, while helicopters were also seen in the air.   Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Abdul Qudous Bizenjo expressed grief over the loss of life of two FC personnel and injuries of three personnel on Friday, saying that the FC personnel foiled the attack with courage and bravery and caused heavy damage to the terrorists.    Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah Khan strongly condemned the attack and expressed deep sorrow and regret over the death of two security personnel.         Record 1.2 lakh visitor birds visit Sindh province(pakistan) this year: Survey  The Sindh Wildlife Department said in a recent survey that due to the 2022 floods, supply of fresh water to lakes and ban on hunting, a new record of 1.2 lakh guest birds was set in the province this year .    World Migratory Bird Day is observed on May 13 worldwide, with the aim of raising awareness of the problems and threats faced by migratory birds, the ecological importance of birds and international efforts for their conservation. To create awareness.  This year, the theme of the World Day was 'Water: the lifeblood of birds'.  According to Sindh Wildlife Department Provincial Conservator Javed Ahmad Mehr, it is wrong to think that birds only migrate from cold countries in winter and only chickens or waterfowl.    Javed Ahmed Maher said: ' Birds from different regions of the world migrate throughout the year. These birds travel all over the world to survive harsh weather, search for food and mate.    'Not only birds but also mammals, reptiles and marine animals migrate.'  In this regard, he gave the example of wildebeest herds traveling hundreds of kilometers in search of food after a drought in Africa.  He said that this year, apart from 41 species of water fowls that traditionally come to Sindh, some new guest birds were seen whose arrival records were not available earlier.  During the recent survey by the wildlife department, cotton tail, black stork or black stork, knob blood duck, pin tail snipe, Indian spotted blood duck, Raj Hans or Lesser Flamingo, Yaghu or Parasytic Jagger, Great Crested Jaguar are also found in the waters of the province. Seen    Since the 1980s, the Sindh Wildlife Department has been releasing annual data on the number of water birds visiting the water bodies and waterways in the province every year.    According to this year's survey report, the number of birds this year was 6 lakh, 13 thousand 851 on some specific water bodies and waterways of Sindh.    The survey was conducted at around 30 locations in the lakes of Sindh province including Kenjhar Lake, Manchhar Lake, Hamal Lake, Haliji Lake, Run of Kuch, Port Qasim in Karachi.    According to Javed Ahmad Mehr: 'Sindh province is considered to be very rich in terms of biodiversity compared to other regions of Pakistan.  Sindh has ecologically unique regions including deserts, mountains, seas, rivers, plains, where there are also a large number of water bodies including lakes, rivers. '  He said: 'We have surveyed some of these water bodies. However, according to experts, the number of guest birds visiting all the water bodies of Sindh this year was more than 12 lakh.  Located on the Indus fly zone, Sindh is situated on the migratory bird passage route from many countries and hence receives a large number of visiting birds.  In response to a question, Javed Ahmad Maher said that there is no particular reason for the arrival of more birds than usual this year, but due to the abundance of water in the reservoirs after last year's floods and the complete ban on hunting by the provincial government. Possibly the influx of birds increased.

According to NCB officials, about 3200 kg of methamphetamine, 500 kg of heroin and 529 kg of charas have been seized in the operation so far. This operation has been launched against the drugs being smuggled from Afghanistan to India.

Kochi(India) : In Kerala, NCB and Indian Navy have caught drugs worth 12 thousand crores while running a joint operation. 2500 kg of methamphetamine drugs have been recovered during the raid. This is the first time that such a huge consignment of methamphetamine drugs has been found in the country. The Navy has also detained a suspected Pakistani national along with the consignment. He is under interrogation. It is being told that the drugs were brought from Afghanistan to Kerala via sea. Apart from NCB, these seizures have taken place on the basis of inputs shared with Sri Lanka and Maldives.

According to NCB officials, about 3200 kg of methamphetamine, 500 kg of heroin and 529 kg of charas have been seized in the operation so far. This operation has been launched against the drugs being smuggled from Afghanistan to India. 

'Operation Samudragupt' was launched under the chairmanship of NCB Director General SN Pradhan in view of the threat to national security arising out of maritime smuggling of heroin and other drugs on the Indian Ocean region. This operation started in January 2022 under the supervision of NCB's Deputy Director General of Operations Sanjay Singh. The initial objective of the operation was to gather information to interdict ships carrying narcotics.

Earlier the NCB shared certain inputs with Sri Lanka and Maldives during 'Operation Samudragupta' which led to the arrest of 19 drug smugglers with the arrest of 286 kg of heroin and 128 Kg of methamphetamine was recovered. 

In continuation of the joint operation with the Intelligence Wing of the Indian Navy, intelligence was received about the movement of a 'mother ship' carrying a large quantity of methamphetamine off the coast of Makran. Mother ships are large ocean ships. On the basis of this input, the Navy had intercepted a large ship going to sea. 134 sacks of suspected methamphetamine were recovered from the ship and an Iranian national was also detained. The recovered gunny bags, Pakistani nationals, intercepted boat and some other items salvaged from the main ship were brought to Mattancherry jetty, Cochin on 13 May 2023 and handed over to NCB for further action.

Earlier in February 2022, a joint team of NCB and Indian Navy seized 529 kg of hashish, 221 kg of methamphetamine and 13 kg of heroin off the coast of Gujarat. It was brought from Balochistan and Afghanistan. At the same time, in October 2022, an Iranian boat was stopped off the coast of Kerala in a joint operation. A total of 200 kg of high-grade heroin was seized in this, which was also brought to Afghanistan. Six Iranian drug traffickers were arrested in the operation.



No option but to ban Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf(PTI) :  Home Minister Pakistan

On the other hand, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said that those responsible for vandalizing Jinnah House, the residence of Corps Commander in Lahore, will be arrested within 72 hours.

Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah said on Saturday that there is no option but to ban Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI).

He said while holding a press conference in Islamabad that only 40 to 45 thousand people came out on the streets to protest against Imran Khan's arrest and it cannot be called a public response.

Those who are going out for Imran Khan are trained terrorists who were trained by Imran Khan. This person (Imran Khan) trained people for this anarchy and riot. There is no other option but to ban this party.

The interior minister said that there was no protest in Pakistan during May 9 to 11, but the shops were looted during that time, so where was the protest? They looted shops and cattle markets.'

He added that even animals were set on fire, government buildings and other properties were burnt.

'The Quaid-e-Azam House was looted up to the needle and then set on fire.'

"One person prepared terrorists for 10 years in general and for the last one year in particular and told them to demonstrate like this when they are arrested."

Nahu said that it is a matter of concern and sorrow for the entire nation that a person stole 60 billion rupees of the country, which has documentary evidence and he cannot even say that I did not steal it. "On this national loot, Imran Khan got land worth seven billion."

Continuing his speech, Rana Sanaullah said that 'Imran Khan stole 60 billion rupees from the people, while Shahzad Akbar took away two billion rupees.'

He said: 'This man (Imran Khan) kept telling his people that as soon as I am arrested, you have to demonstrate like this.

"This man has had attacks on properties, attacks on sensitive properties, bank robberies and burning of national property."

He further said that when the culprits of all these incidents come before the Chief Justice, he (Chief Justice) calls them 'Welcome' and then they are given such relief which no one has got in the history of Pakistan.

'When the Chief Justice welcomes and expresses good wishes while leaving, then what authority is left for the judges of the High Court.

He further said that the government will hold these terrorists accountable and no one will be lenient.

The interior minister said that the court granted bail even in those cases which have not been registered yet, bail was also granted in those cases which may be in the mind of an institution.

In response to a question about the government's strategy, Rana Sanaullah said that 'we did not use force so that these people were exposed.'

'If Ladley had not received such a big relief that day and more relief the next day, perhaps this temptation would have been completely bottled up in a day or two.'

He also said that our democratic struggle in this regard will continue.

Vandalism in Jinnah House, those responsible will be arrested in 72 hours: Shahbaz Sharif

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said on Saturday that those responsible for vandalizing Jinnah House, the residence of Corps Commander in Lahore, will be arrested within 72 hours.

After presiding over a meeting at the Punjab Safe City Authority Headquarters, Lahore, Shahbaz Sharif said that Jinnah House was completely burnt to ashes and the entire nation is saddened.

On May 9, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf activists and sympathizers staged violent protests in various cities after the arrest of Imran Khan from the Islamabad High Court building.

During the same protest, the angry mob entered Jinnah House and after looting and vandalizing it, set fire to the building.

Shahbaz Sharif further said in his conversation today that government property was damaged under a plan.

The incident that happened on May 9 is one of the worst incidents in the country's history. The Corps Commander House is actually the historic Jinnah House and it is disappointing to see it in such a state.'

Criticizing Imran Khan, Shahbaz Sharif said that the former prime minister and his 'crowd' are no less than anti-Pakistan elements. "What the terrorists could not do in 75 years, the miscreants of PTI did."

The Prime Minister said that those involved in terrorist activities should be punished according to law.

He assured that the law would deal with the miscreants with 'iron hands'.

Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif also visited Jinnah House, CMH and Services Hospital today.

On this occasion, caretaker Chief Minister Punjab Mohsin Naqvi was present with him.

The Prime Minister visited DIG Ali Nasir Rizvi and other police officers and injured personnel undergoing treatment at Services Hospital.

On this occasion, he said that no exception will be taken in the actions against rioters and facilitators and every attacker will be identified and punished according to law.

Shahbaz Sharif said that those who damage the government property by encircling the fire will be dealt with iron hands.



FC camp attack in Qila Saifullah district of Balochistan, clearance operation complete: Pakistan Army

According to the Pakistan Army, after the attack on the FC camp in Muslim Bagh, the security forces have completed the clearance operation, six terrorists and six security personnel were killed in the operation.

Pakistan Army's Public Relations Department ( ISPR ) said on Saturday that six attackers were killed in an attack on an FC camp in Qila Saifullah district of Balochistan and an operation by security forces .

Terrorists attacked a Frontier Corps (FC) camp in Muslim Bagh on Friday evening and took hostage several residents of the camp, including children, the ISPR said in a statement.

According to the statement, a security clearance operation was launched immediately after the attack, which was completed on Saturday morning and resulted in the release of at least three families held hostage, besides the killing of six terrorists.

"All the six terrorists in the camp who were armed with modern weapons were killed. Intelligence operation is also going on against their facilitators."  

According to the statement, during the attack and clearance operation, six security personnel and a civilian were also killed, while six people, including a woman, were injured.

Thus, six attackers, as many security personnel and one civilian lost their lives in the attack and clearance operation on the FC camp.

Earlier, the Pakistan Army said in a statement on Friday that a group of terrorists attacked an FC camp in the northern district of Qila Saifullah, killing two attackers and two security personnel.

Abdullah Khan, the Levies official in Muslim Bagh, said that in the late night attack, several armed men tried to enter the camp and during this time firing was heard. 

He said that the operation continued in the morning, while helicopters were also seen in the air. 

Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Abdul Qudous Bizenjo expressed grief over the loss of life of two FC personnel and injuries of three personnel on Friday, saying that the FC personnel foiled the attack with courage and bravery and caused heavy damage to the terrorists.  

Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah Khan strongly condemned the attack and expressed deep sorrow and regret over the death of two security personnel.


Record 1.2 lakh visitor birds visit Sindh province(pakistan) this year: Survey

The Sindh Wildlife Department said in a recent survey that due to the 2022 floods, supply of fresh water to lakes and ban on hunting, a new record of 1.2 lakh guest birds was set in the province this year .  

World Migratory Bird Day is observed on May 13 worldwide, with the aim of raising awareness of the problems and threats faced by migratory birds, the ecological importance of birds and international efforts for their conservation. To create awareness.

This year, the theme of the World Day was 'Water: the lifeblood of birds'.

According to Sindh Wildlife Department Provincial Conservator Javed Ahmad Mehr, it is wrong to think that birds only migrate from cold countries in winter and only chickens or waterfowl.  

Javed Ahmed Maher said: ' Birds from different regions of the world migrate throughout the year. These birds travel all over the world to survive harsh weather, search for food and mate.  

'Not only birds but also mammals, reptiles and marine animals migrate.'

In this regard, he gave the example of wildebeest herds traveling hundreds of kilometers in search of food after a drought in Africa.

He said that this year, apart from 41 species of water fowls that traditionally come to Sindh, some new guest birds were seen whose arrival records were not available earlier.

During the recent survey by the wildlife department, cotton tail, black stork or black stork, knob blood duck, pin tail snipe, Indian spotted blood duck, Raj Hans or Lesser Flamingo, Yaghu or Parasytic Jagger, Great Crested Jaguar are also found in the waters of the province. Seen  

Since the 1980s, the Sindh Wildlife Department has been releasing annual data on the number of water birds visiting the water bodies and waterways in the province every year.  

According to this year's survey report, the number of birds this year was 6 lakh, 13 thousand 851 on some specific water bodies and waterways of Sindh.  

The survey was conducted at around 30 locations in the lakes of Sindh province including Kenjhar Lake, Manchhar Lake, Hamal Lake, Haliji Lake, Run of Kuch, Port Qasim in Karachi.  

According to Javed Ahmad Mehr: 'Sindh province is considered to be very rich in terms of biodiversity compared to other regions of Pakistan.

Sindh has ecologically unique regions including deserts, mountains, seas, rivers, plains, where there are also a large number of water bodies including lakes, rivers. '

He said: 'We have surveyed some of these water bodies. However, according to experts, the number of guest birds visiting all the water bodies of Sindh this year was more than 12 lakh.

Located on the Indus fly zone, Sindh is situated on the migratory bird passage route from many countries and hence receives a large number of visiting birds.

In response to a question, Javed Ahmad Maher said that there is no particular reason for the arrival of more birds than usual this year, but due to the abundance of water in the reservoirs after last year's floods and the complete ban on hunting by the provincial government. Possibly the influx of birds increased. 

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