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ANF recovers over 1215 kg drugs in 32 operations; arrests 36 accused

The ANF spokesperson says during the operation, vapes filled with hashish oil, CBD oil, THC oil and cigarette rolls made from hemp plant were recovered.

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Rawalpindi: Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) Pakistan while conducting 32 operations across the country managed to recover over 1215 kg drugs and arrested 36 accused during last week, said an ANF Headquarters spokesman.

He informed that ANF in a successful operation also busted a drug dealer group and arrested eight accused.

He said that the raids were conducted simultaneously in three major cities of the country and the gang members were rounded up.

The gang members were involved in selling CBD oil-laced vapes through online platforms, he added.

Eight people were arrested targeting the inter-provincial drug dealer group involved in the distribution of vapes. During the operation, vapes filled with hashish oil, CBD oil, THC oil and cigarette rolls made from hemp plant were recovered.

Apart from this, marijuana oil, opium and other illegal materials including marijuana were also seized. The accused were involved in illegal activities under the guise of selling natural products and medicines.

E-commerce platforms were being used to supply drugs, the spokesman informed.

The accused used to import prohibited items from foreign countries through cargo companies. ANF strives to enforce government regulations and standard operating procedures for online businesses, he said.

The spokesman urged the parents to discourage teen vape use.

He also asked the citizens to keep a close eye on their children’s use of online shopping platforms and report any suspicious activity to law enforcement agencies immediately.

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Election winners Shazia Marri,Nafisa Shah relinquish reserved Assembly seats

The ECP also issues a notification announcing the independent candidate Khizer Hussain Mazari’s success in securing the Punjab Assembly seat PP 297.

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Islamabad: Ms Shazia Marri and Nafisa Shah  tendered their resignations from the reserved seats in the National Assembly from Sindh province after grabbing a berth in the assembly in the general elections.

Syeda Nafisa Shah won in the NA-202 Khairpur constituency by defeating former Sindh Chief Minister Syed Ghaus Ali Shah, while Shazia Marri won in NA-209 Sanghar by defeating Muhammad Khan Junejo of the Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA).

According to the notification from the Election Commission, Sharmila Sahiba Faruqui Hashaam and Muddassir Sehar Kamran, both members of the People’s Party, have been declared elected on the reserved seats held by Shazia Marri and Syeda Nafisa Shah to the National Assembly.

Meanwhile, the Election Commission issued a notification announcing the independent candidate Khizer Hussain Mazari’s success in securing the Punjab Assembly seat PP 297.

 

 

 

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PML-N to play strong opposition role in KP Assembly: Engr. Amir Muqam

Engineer Amir Muqam congratulates all the elected members of the assembly on behalf of the party leadership.

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Peshawar: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has decided to play a strong role of the opposition in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Assembly.

Provincial President Pakistan Muslim League-N Engineer Amir Muqam told media here Sunday after chairing the Pakistan Muslim League (N) KP Parliamentary Party Meeting.

Engineer Amir Muqam congratulated all the elected members of the assembly on behalf of the party leadership.

The meeting was attended by all the newly elected nine provincial assembly members of PML-N.

“Pakistan Muslim League-N will play the role of strong opposition in KP assembly together with other opposition parties,” Amir Muqam added.

 

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