APakistani bootlegger who moved over to India with around 22 kg of heroin was shot dead along the International Border (IB) here in a joint activity of the Punjab police and the BSF, authorities said.
They said there was explicit data about the development of Pakistani runners towards the Indian domain with a transfer of medications.
Following up on the info, the Punjab police group drove by SSP Dhruv Dahiya alongside Border Security Force (BSF) troops dispatched a joint activity at the Kakkar line station.
During the activity, the development of a Pakistani bootlegger was taken note. The bootlegger discharged at the Indian soldiers and was shot dead when they returned the shoot, a senior police official said.
An extensive inquiry activity was dispatched on the spot at the Indo-Pak line of the Indian side, where troops held onto 22 parcels of heroin, gauging a sum of around 22 kilograms, two AK 47 attack rifles, 4 magazines, one cell phone with a Pakistani SIM card, other than Rs. 210 in Pakistani cash, police said.
During fundamental examination, it was tracked down that the dealer was known to his two Indian partners who were inhabitants of Gurdaspur locale and were by and by at Belgium and supposedly engaged with enemies of India exercises at the command of Pakistan's ISI office, the SSP said.
Police said through examination is under progress to uncover the specific reason for which the held onto transfer was being carried to India.