Thursday, December 2

दुबई में पुलिस की बड़ी कार्रवाई, Dh3 मिलियन मूल्य की ये दवाएं हुईं जब्त

दुबई में  Dh3 मिलियन मूल्य की ड्रग की गो’लि’यां ज’ब्त

  • स्निफर डॉग्स और एक उन्नत कंटेनर स्कैनिंग सिस्टम ने दुबई कस्टम्स ने दिया मिशन को अंजाम
  • न’शी’ली गो’लियों की तस्करी रोकने के प्रयास में लगी है पुलिस
  • जेबेल अली सीमा शुल्क केंद्रों के निदेशक यूसेल अल हशेमी ने दी जानकारी

कहा कि ड्रग्स को जेबेल अली के पोर्ट में आने वाले एक नाव शिपमेंट के ईंधन टैंक में छुपाया गया ड्रग्स

  • खुफिया अधिकारियों को जेबेल अली पोर्ट के एक इनबाउंड शिपमेंट पर पहले सेठ संदेह था
  • पुलिस एक टीम का किया था गठन

जिसमें जेबेल अली सीमा शुल्क निरीक्षण केंद्र में सीमा शुल्क खुफिया विभाग के विशेष कार्य स्टाफ और निरीक्षण अधिकारी थे शामिल

  • उन्नत कंटेनर स्कैनिंग सिस्टम के साथ कंटेनर को किया गया था स्कैन
  • सीमा शुल्क के -9 डॉग यूनिट की मदद अवैध कैप्टागन गोलियों को किया गया उजागर

सीमा शुल्क अधिकारियों ने संबंधित आयातक की उपस्थिति में ईंधन टैंक को कर दिया नष्ट

  • Dh3 मिलियन की 800,000 कैप्टैगन की गोलियों को किया गया बरामद
  • इस साल मई में दुबई कस्टम्स ने ढाई करोड़ 40 लाख मूल्य की 5.7 मिलियन कैप्टागन गोलियों की तस्करी के प्रयास का किया था भंडाफोड़


Sniffer dogs and an advanced container scanning system helped Dubai Customs foil an attempt to smuggle 800,000 Captagon pills into the country through Jebel Ali Port.
The drugs were found concealed in the fuel tank of a boat shipment coming to the Port of Jebel Ali, said Youssel Al Hashemi, director of Jebel Ali Customs Centers.
“It all started when the intelligence officers got suspicious over an inbound shipment to Jebel Ali Port that was flagged by the Risk Engine system as a high-risk container consignment from an Arab country,” he pointed out.
A team was formed, comprising special tasks staff of Customs Intelligence Department and inspection officers at Jebel Ali Customs Inspection Center, to track down the movement of the shipment.
“After scanning the container with the advanced container scanning system, an abnormal density was found. With the help of Customs K-9 Dog unit, the illegal Captagon pills were uncovered.”
The customs officers dismantled the fuel tank in the presence of the importer concerned, he added.
“A large number of transparent bags printed with an ‘L’ brand were found in it,” Al Hashemi. “The bags contained up to 800,000 Captagon pills worth Dh3 million.”
Shuaib Al Suwaidi, director of Customs Intelligence Department, said the risk assessment capacities of the Risk Engine system developed in-house by Dubai Customs has been playing a key role in detecting and thwarting such smuggling bids.
In May this year, Dubai Customs busted an attempt to smuggle 5.7 million Captagon pills, worth Dh21.4 million, into the country.
The contraband, detected at Jebel Ali & Tecom Customs Center, was hidden in a foodstuff container coming from an Arab country.
“Early this year, Jebel Ali & Tecom Customs Center seized 5 million Captagon pills that were hidden inside bags full with red lentils.”
Dr Roua Abdelamim, a local pharmacist, told Khaleej Times that Captagon was first manufactured in 1961.
“This man-made drug stimulates the central nervous system, increasing alertness, boosting concentration and physical performance, and providing a feeling of well-being.”
It was prescribed to treat narcolepsy and depression, but the medical community had determined that Captagon’s addictive properties outweighed its clinical benefits in 1980, she added.
“It was banned later in several countries, after it proved to lead to extreme depression, malnutrition, heart and blood vessel toxicity, and sleep deprivation.”

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