Pakistan Rangers seize Indian passports, drugs from policeman

Islamabad, March 1 (IANS) A Pakistani police constable was arrested after drugs, weapons and Indian passports were recovered from his house during a raid in Lahore on Tuesday, media reported.

The accused identified as constable Nadeem was arrested from Batapur area on charges of collaborating with a gang to smuggle drugs to India, a report in Dunya News said.

Police have also recovered three kg of heroin, several passports, Indian mobile SIM cards and weapons from Nadeem.

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