Islamabad: Pakistani security forces have seized around 60 kg of narcotics in two operations, one along the border with India, a media report said Sunday.
Pakistan Rangers seized 51 kg of heroin in a village near Kasur city Saturday, Geo News said.
Kasur is located near the border between India and Pakistan, a tourist attraction because of the daily flag lowering ceremony.
In the second seizure, Pakistan Coast Guard found 1,150 capsules of heroin from a Phore checkpost in Balochistan. It was in a passenger coach going from Karachi to Gwadar port city.