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RAB detains around 100 people from capital’s Mohammadpur Geneva Camp on Saturday. Photo: Focus Bangla

100 held in anti-narcotics drive at Geneva camp

WT24 Desk

Members of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) in an anti-narcotics drive at Mohammadpur Geneva Camp detained around 100 people along with various types of drugs on Saturday, reports UNB.

The Geneva Camp is a place of makeshift residences of several thousand stranded Pakistanis. RAB-2 battalion along with other units, including RAB Intelligence wing and dog squad, started the drive at Geneva camp around 10:30am which lasted for more than two hours, said legal and media wing director of RAB headquarters’ Mufti Mahmood Khan.

He claimed that the elite force members recovered a huge quantity of Yaba pills, hemp and other drugs during the drive. The exact number of the arrestees and the quantity of illegal drugs would be ascertained later, he said.

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