BSF nabs two smugglers near India-Bangladesh border

A team of Border Security Force (BSF) troopers and local police have nabbed two drug smugglers with ecstasy drug near India-Bangladesh border at South Salmara district in Assam.

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“In a joint operation with police and apprehended two Indian drug smugglers along with 3800 Yaba tablets on Saturday (September 27) from bordering area of village Domartola, under Mankachal Police
Station in South Salmara district,” a press statement from BSF said on September 28.

The consignment was being smuggled from India to Bangladesh.

The apprehended drug smugglers and seized Yaba tablets have been handed over to the local police for further legal action.

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