Monday, September 24, 2018

Turkish man held at IGI airport with ISIS drug in Delhi

New Delhi: A Turkish man was apprehended early on Monday by the CISF at the Delhi airport for allegedly trying to smuggle over 1.3 lakh Tramadol tablets, a painkiller also known as the 'ISIS drug', a senior official said.
He said the activities of Erbil H, holding a Turkish passport, were found "suspicious" when he arrived at the airport at around 3 am.

He was subsequently subjected to a detailed frisking by the force personnel, he said.

"1,30,000 Tramadol tablets weighing about 64 kg were found in the bag of the Turkish man.

He was handed over to anti-narcotics sleuths for further probe," a CISF spokesperson said.

The man was supposed to take a flight to Istanbul from the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport, he said.
24/09/18 Hans India
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