In a joint operation by the #IndianNavy and the Narcotics Control Bureau, approximately 2500 kg of Methamphetamine was seized from a sea going vessel off #Kerala coast. The seizure, part of Operation Samudragupt, is worth over Rs 15,000 crore
Giving details of the seizure to the media, the NCB said that 'Operation Samudragupt' was carried out by the NCB and the Navy as part of the anti-drugs operation. Through this operation, maritime smuggling of narcotics coming from Afghanistan was being monitored. The agency said this is the third major seizure of drug smuggling through the southern route by the NCB in the last one-and-a-half years.
Sanjay Kumar Singh further said that NCB and Navy conducted a successful operation in the Indian Ocean. It is the largest in terms of its monetary value. The monetary value is around Rs 15,000 crore. The source of the drugs is Pakistan. The mother ship was being deployed at various points at sea. Smaller boats would go from different countries and collect consignments from the main ships. The consignment was for Sri Lanka, Maldives and India.
He further said that a Pakistani national has been arrested. We launched Operation Samudragupt in February 2022, as part of that operation we have seized around 4,000 kg of various drugs.
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