Islamabad: Pakistan Customs, on a report from Afghan Customs, seized 91 billion 67% of the chemical "iodine methamphetamine" utilized in narcotics from a container coming to Karachi from UAE. A big consignment price crores of rupees was seized.
According to the assertion, the Pakistan Customs Port Control Unit acted on a report of a suspicious container in transit commerce by Pakistan Customs in change for data with Afghan Customs. The container was shipped from the United Arab Emirates through Pakistan to Afghanistan.
The container contained 6 metric tons of iodine, which is used as methamphetamine. The worth of methamphetamine seized is about Rs 91.670 billion. Following the seizure of a big consignment of iodine, worldwide companies, in session with different worldwide regulation enforcement companies, have counseled the efficient planning and professional dealing with of Pakistan Customs and the function of the Government of Pakistan in implementing the case.
Remember that methamphetamine is a strong addictive stimulant that impacts the central nervous system. It can be on the International and U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency's managed checklist of things that can be utilized to legally manufacture medicine and illicit medicine.