Illicit Indian Medicines recovered from warehouse in Karachi
Pakistan Customs Preventive has seized a large quantity of smuggled “illegal” Indian medicines worth Rs25 million during an operation in Karachi, an official reported.
According to a customs spokesperson, a warehouse in Karachi’s Saddar area was raided, from where the drugs were recovered.
The business community had reported the presence of the medicines in the warehouse, the spokesperson said.
Prior to the raid, according to the spokesperson, a formal search warrant was obtained from the judicial magistrate.
A case has been registered against the suspects and legal proceedings have started.
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