JACOBABAD: Pakistan Rangers Chaman in a joint raid at Sindh-Balochistan border foiled a major smuggling attempt of betel nuts.
The rangers and customs conducted a joint raid at Jacobabad and seized non-custom paid goods, betel nuts worth Rs20.1 million.
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The betel nuts were recovered during the search of a truck, heading towards Punjab from Quetta.
Rangers, earlier, conducted a joint operation with police in Hyderabad and arrested a target killer associated with the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-London (MQM-L).
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Earlier on 14th November, the Rangers arrested 20 suspects from different areas of Karachi from areas of Al Falah, Paposh Nagar, Sachal, Saudabad.
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The paramilitary also conducted raids in Landhi and Korangi. They were alleged to be involved in a number of robberies in different parts of the city.