ANF recovers 10,000 Ecstasy Pills from Dutch Parcel
Anti Narcotics Force (ANF) has recovered 10,000 ecstasy pills from a Dutch Parcel in Pakistan.
According to the sources, a parcel from Netherlands arrived in courier company in Rawalpindi.
During inspection, the staff found out 10,000 Ecstasy, which weighed around four and a half kilograms.
A case has been registered and the team will probe regarding the senders and receivers of the parcel.
Earlier, a similar incident occurred which was foiled by the International Mail Office (IMO) in March 2019.
Ecstasy is a stimulant drug that can cause hallucinations. It is known as a designer drug because it was created for the purpose of making someone feel high. The drug is popular with teens and young adults who go to clubs, concerts, or “rave” parties.