NCB, Navy seize biggest consignment of drugs, five foreign nationals arrested NCB, Navy seize biggest consignment of drugs, five foreign nationals arrested

NCB, Navy seize biggest consignment of drugs, five foreign nationals arrested

NCB, Navy seize biggest consignment of drugs, five foreign nationals arrested

It is being told that out of the 3300 kg of drugs seized, there is 3089 kg of hashish, 158 kg of methamphetamine and 25 kg of morphine. The Navy says that this is the biggest recovery of its kind in recent times.

New Delhi : Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) has recovered the largest consignment of drugs till date. Indian Navy and Narcotics Control Bureau jointly carried out this operation. During this operation, 3300 kg of different types of drugs have been recovered. Besides, 5 foreign nationals have also been arrested. Earlier, 3000 kg of drugs were recovered at Mundra Port in Gujarat. NCB will hold a press conference in this matter today.
It is being told that out of the 3300 kg of drugs seized, there is 3089 kg of hashish, 158 kg of methamphetamine and 25 kg of morphine. The Navy says that this is the biggest recovery of its kind in recent times. The foreigners caught in this case are said to be Pakistanis. Based on inputs from P8I LRMR aircraft on surveillance mission, the Indian Navy mission ship was diverted to intercept the suspect engaged in smuggling. He said that the Navy arrested the crew members on Tuesday, who were handed over to law enforcement agencies.

According to the Indian Navy, the drugs seized were being brought from Iran. After receiving information about this, a joint operation was carried out with the Indian Navy and Narcotics Control Bureau. During the investigation, drugs worth crores of rupees were recovered from the ship. Taking action, 5 crew members aboard the boat were captured. The five accused detained from the captured ship are suspected to be Pakistanis.

A Navy spokesperson posted on social media platform "A suspicious boat was intercepted. This is the largest consignment of drugs seized in recent times." The post said, "This information was received by the P81 LRMR aircraft deployed on surveillance mission and also confirmed by the NCB, after which the mission deployed warship of the Indian Navy was diverted to intercept and capture the suspicious boat."(NDTV)

Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assemblies meeting, oath taking, election of Speaker will be held

The session of the National Assembly will be called on February 29

According to Peshawar Correspondent Izharullah, the first session of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly after the general elections of February 8, 2024 in Pakistan has been convened by the Governor of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa today (Wednesday), in which the Chief Minister, Speaker and Deputy Speaker will be elected. Newly elected assembly members will also take oath in the meeting.

In the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly, a total of 118 members, including newly elected members and seven reserved seats, will take oath. Documents will be submitted.

In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the number of members of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)-backed Sunni Ittehad Council is 83, while elections were held in 113 out of 115 seats in the provincial assembly, in which the members of the Sunni Ittehad Council have a clear advantage. And apparently the Chief Ministership will be part of the Sunni Ittehad Council.

Talking about other parties, seven newly elected members of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam, five of Pakistan Muslim League-N, four of Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentary, two of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Parliamentary and one newly elected member of Awami National will take oath in the assembly.

PTI-backed newly elected member Ali Amin Gandapur is the nominee for the Chief Ministership from the Sunni Ittehad Council, while Aqibullah, the newly elected member of the Sunni Ittehad Council from the province, is the candidate for the post of Speaker.

However, no one has been nominated for the post of Chief Minister by other parties. It is clear from the statistics that the Chief Minister will be from the Sunni Ittehad Council, but no name of the leader of the opposition in the assembly has come out yet.

In the first session of the Punjab and Sindh Assembly, protests were recorded inside and outside the assembly against the alleged rigging of the general elections by the opposition, and protests by the opposition parties are also expected in Peshawar.

The PTI-backed members contested as independents in the general elections and subsequently the same independent members joined the Sunni Ittehad Council in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab and Qaumi Qaumi Assembly.

In today's meeting, more than 50 percent of the Sunni Ittehad Council ie about 64 members will go to the assembly for the first time and represent the people, while this time for the first time the member of the Sunni Ittehad Council who won the general seat from Chitral is also in the assembly. Will be seen.

65 members of 12th Balochistan Assembly will take oath today

35 senior parliamentarians along with 16 new faces in the newly elected 65-member house of Balochistan Assembly will take oath of membership of the assembly on Wednesday.

According to journalist Azam Alfat of Quetta, Balochistan Governor Malik Abdul Wali Kakde has called the meeting of the 12th Balochistan Assembly today.

Newly elected members will take oath in the meeting. After taking the oath of membership, the Speaker and the Deputy Speaker are to be elected, after which the election of the Leader of the House will be carried out.

After the swearing in of the Speaker, the nomination papers will be collected for the election of the Leader of the House. Document verification will be completed on the same day.

Elected from 51 constituencies of Balochistan, 16 new faces are included among the representatives in the House, while the other 35 members are those who have been representing their respective areas in the House.

Six women will be part of the House for the first time on 11 reserved seats for women, while five women have already managed to reach the House on reserved seats.

In total, 41 public representatives with 24 new members in the 65-member House were active in the parliamentary politics of the province in different periods.

Active in parliamentary politics since 1988, Chief of Jhalwan and senior parliamentarian Nawab Sanaullah Zehri will be representing the province from Khuzdar for the eighth time in the House.

Nawab Aslam Raisani will be a part of the House for the seventh time while Mir Sadiq Imrani will be a part of the House for the fourth time.

Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch, Mir Asad Baloch, Sardar Abdul Rahman Kethran, Zamrak Khan Achakzai, Sardar Masood Loni, Nawabzada Tariq Magsi, Asim Kurd Galo have succeeded in reaching the House for the third time after winning the election.

Mir Sarfraz Bugti, Rehmat Baloch, Mir Zia Longo, Asghar Tareen, Maulvi Noorullah, Ali Madad Jatak, Mir Zafar Zahri, Ghulam Dastgir Badini, Mir Shoaib Noshirwani, Mir Zabad Riki, Toor Atman Khel, Mir Salim Khosa, Muhammad Khan Lahri, Malik Naeem Bazai and Asfandyar Kakar will reach the House for the second time.

Raheela Durrani will be the fourth in the reserved seats for women, while Ghazala Gola, Dr. Rababa Bilidi, Shahida Rauf and Farah Azim Shah will be part of the legislature for the second time. None of the representatives on the three minority seats were part of the first house.

The Assembly Secretariat says that the schedule for the election of the Leader of the House will be released after the swearing in of the members. The swearing-in process of Speaker, Deputy Speaker and Leader of the House is expected to be completed within four days.

Pakistan People's Party and PML-N have become the largest parties in the 65-member House with 17 and 17 seats, respectively, after the notification issued by the Election Commission for reserved seats for women and minorities.

JUI's total seats are 13, BAP's five, National Party's four and Awami National Party's three seats.

Jamaat-e-Islami, Haq Du Tehreek, BNP Mengal and BNP Awami have one seat each.

One member will be sworn in as an independent while re-polling will be held on February 29, 2024 at 11 polling stations of Sanjawi in PB Sat Ziarat Harnai.

The caretaker government of Sindh province was dissolved

According to a notification issued by the Sindh government on Wednesday evening, the caretaker provincial government consisting of 11 caretaker ministers of the province has been dissolved.

All assemblies will come into being on February 29: Election Commission

The Election Commission of Pakistan has said in a statement on Tuesday that 'all the assemblies will come into being on February 29, 2024.'

The Election Commission says that under Articles 91 and 130 of the Constitution, the first sitting of all assemblies must be held within 21 days after the elections.

"Under Article 41 (4) of the Constitution, the election of the President of Pakistan must be done within 30 days after holding the general elections."

The Election Commission will release the schedule and public notice for the election of the President on March 1, 2024. A day will be fixed for submission of nominations under the Constitution. According to the proposed program, candidates will be able to submit their nomination papers to any presiding officer by 12:00 on March 2.

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