KARACHI: Pakistan Customs on Thursday seized amphetamine crystal from parcel being sent abroad and arrested the accused that booked the parcel.
According to a news release, the Customs authorities while checking parcels booked from within the country for abroad recovered 4.10 kg of amphetamine crystal from 14 sealed tin packs of dry fruits which were being sent to Bahrain.
The approximated value of seized drugs in the international market was Rs 41 million.
Later, a special team arrested accused identified as Muhammad Ali, who had booked the parcel for Bahrain. The arrested was being further interrogated.