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Pakistan Navy in collaboration with the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) in a successful intelligence-based operation busted on Friday a major contingent of narcotics being sent by sea, the Navy’s Public Relations Wing said.
The officials of the law enforcement agencies conducted the raid at the outskirts of Karachi – the seaways adjacent to Mubarak Village – and impounded a vessel carrying copious amounts of hashish and heroin.
The statement said that the approximate value of the recovered 675 kilograms of hashish and four kilograms of heroin is Rs300 million.
The Pakistan Navy was ever ready to perform their duties with utmost vigilance and integrity.
The spokesman for Pakistan Navy said that the operation was completed in collaboration with the ANF, who remained vigilant on the suspected vessel and during the entire operation.
The spokesman also said that the operation was a testament to the ability and capability of Pakistan Navy and its resolve to keep the seaways of Pakistan clean of any criminal activity or misadventure.
The official statement said that the Pakistan Navy was ever ready to perform their duties with utmost vigilance and integrity.
Pakistan Navy Detects Indian submarine, Foils Intrusion
Days after Pakistan shot down two Indian aircraft in a tit-for-tat response for violation of its airspace, the Pakistan Navy had foiled Indian Navy’s attempt to intrude into its waters.
The Pakistan Navy had detected an India submarine and stopped it from entering Pakistani waters. The Pakistan Navy spokesperson had said that the force had foiled every attempt of Indian submarine to avoid being detected.
Learning a lesson from this incident, India too should show its inclination towards peace.
Navy spokesman has said that it was the second occasion since 2016 when it detected an Indian submarine trying to enter Pakistani waters. The navy had also released video of the submarine with the grainy black and white footage showing only what appeared to be a periscope above water.
“The submarine was detected and localized in Pakistan’s maritime zone on 04 March 19. The submarine could have been easily engaged and destroyed had it not been Pakistan’s policy to exercise restraint in the face of Indian aggression and to give peace a chance to prevail,” the statement had read.
“Learning a lesson from this incident, India too should show its inclination towards peace,” it had added. The spokesman had said the achievement was an evidence of Pakistan Navy’s capabilities which is ever ready to defend the country’s maritime frontiers.