Indian Coast Guard: Ship Rajveer had detained a Myanmarese vessel operating near Car Nicobar Islands, on 19th September. Gunny bags with suspicious packets found in the vessel; being analysed by Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) at Port Blair. (file pic)
Indian Coast Guard Inspector General Maneesh Pathak to ANI: Coast Guard Ship Rajveer has apprehended a vessel with six Myanmarese crew in Indian waters with 1,160 kilograms of banned drugs substance. Drugs were being supplied to a South-East Asian country. (file pic)
#WATCH : Indian Coast Guard ship Rajveer detained a Myanmarese vessel operating near Car Nicobar Islands, on 19 Sept. Gunny bags with suspicious packets were found in the vessel, they're being analysed by Narcotics Control Bureau at Port Blair. (18.9) (Source: Indian Coast Guard)
Indian Coast Guard: Ship Rajveer, in a sea-air coordinated operation, apprehended a Myanmarese vessel with six crew, operating near Car Nicobar Islands, yesterday. Vessel is being escorted to Port Blair for handing over to local police for further investigation.
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