In a recent operation, the Border Security Force (BSF) troops of Silchar Sector, Mizoram and Cachar Frontier, acted swiftly on specific intelligence inputs and successfully intercepted a major drug smuggling attempt. On May 28, 23, the BSF personnel seized a staggering haul of 1800 Yaba tablets from the border area near Karimganj, intended for illicit transportation to Bangladesh.
The recent seizure marks another milestone in the relentless efforts of the BSF to combat the drug menace. Acting on credible information, the troops meticulously planned and executed the operation, effectively preventing the illegal consignment from reaching its destination. The Yaba tablets, a potent drug cocktail, are known for their highly addictive and detrimental effects on individuals and society.
This accomplishment follows a previous triumph in the ongoing fight against trans-border crimes and drug trafficking. On April 10, 23, the BSF personnel from Guwahati Frontier foiled another smuggling attempt along the Indo-Bangladesh border. The operation resulted in the confiscation of Yaba tablets and cough syrups worth a staggering amount of Rs 99 lakh. Furthermore, two drug smugglers were apprehended, further disrupting the nefarious networks involved in this illegal trade.
As the BSF continues to amplify its efforts in the war against drugs, it sends a strong message: “Say No to Drugs.” The collaborative endeavors of law enforcement agencies across borders are crucial in combating this menace and fostering a safer and drug-free environment for all.