Charas worth 2.5 crores recovered from the beach of Girsomnath
160 kg of suspected charas worth 2.5 crores has been found on the beach of Girsomnath district. In which the mega search operation of security agencies has started along the seashore. There is a possibility of getting more of it. And there is also a possibility of Pakistan connection of suspected charas. Top security agencies including ATS have joined the investigation. The district police chief has informed the journalists about this.
Habib Sugar Mill with Made in Pakistan mark
District police chief Manohar Singh Jadeja told reporters about the quantity of suspicious charas found on the beach of Girsomnath, he said, adding that suspicious packets were found on the coastal belt from Adri village in Veraval taluk to Lati village near Somnath. 160 packets of one kg each have been found and the police have confiscated 160 kg quantity. According to the police, this substance is charas and at present the cost of 160 kg is Rs 2.5 crore. The help of FSL has been taken for its investigation.
Mega search operation started along the sea
Pakistan’s ties may also come to the fore from the suspicious amount of hash. Besides this, S.P. Jadeja said that along with the packets of these suspected narcotics, a bag bearing the mark of Pakistan’s Habib Sugar Mill and Made in Pakistan was also found. So there is a possibility that national security agencies are also involved in this matter. The money can also be thrown from the boat in the middle of the sea for fear of being caught. The latter may have swam to shore in the tide.