Social media users are sharing a video of customs officers at an airport slicing open a wedding card to discover drugs hidden inside. The video, which was first shared two years ago, shows authorities taking apart the wedding card’s cover and discovering neatly hidden drugs.
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IPS officer Rupin Sharma has re-posted the footage on Twitter. In his article, he claims that a girl was carrying wedding invitations, but upon inspection, it was discovered that drugs were also inside. Social media is being used to debate this video.
Over 1.5 lakh people have watched and liked the video. Users were curious as to how the girl was able to take the drugs inside, and some of them were curious as to how the authorities were able to capture her.
The incident happened in Bengaluru in February 2020 when customs authorities discovered 43 wedding invitation cards packed inside more than five kilogrammes of ephedrine worth 5.05 crore.
The export cargo, according to the department, was scheduled by an exporter with a base in Madurai and was purportedly being smuggled to Australia.
To remove the narcotics, the officials had to use scissors to rip apart the invitation cards.
The Narcotic Drugs & Psychotropic Substances Act of 1985, when combined with the NDPS (Regulation of Controlled Substance) Order of 1993, designates ephedrine as a Controlled Substance.
The Delhi Police’s special cell detained two Afghan citizens together with one of the largest consignments of methamphetamine earlier this month.
According to Delhi Police, the 312.5 kg cargo of methamphetamine and 10 kg of high purity heroin was valued 1200 crore.