Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Heroin Found On Islamabad-London PIA Flight: British Authorities


British authorities proved on Tuesday that their Boundary Force officers found a "A quantity of heroin" up to a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) trip that arrived at Heathrow International airport on Monday.
The regulators further said Country wide Crime Agency representatives were investigating the situation following the seizure of narcotics from the plane.

Early in the day, PIA spokesperson Mashhood Tajwar possessed confirmed that Uk authorities possessed "completely searched" and detained the flight crew once they arrived at Heathrow Airport terminal.

Flight No. 785 from Islamabad to London arrived at 2:50pm Mon. Upon getting, as people disembarked, the flight crew and aeroplane were looked by authorities, the spokesperson said.

Fourteen crew customers were released after being detained for one hour by British government bodies, Tajwar added.

"We've not been prepared as to the reasons was the team detained," Tajwar acquired primarily said, adding that the trip had since went back to Pakistan at 11:30 am Wednesday.

Commenting on the medicine bust, he said that PIA was not informed on paper or verbally about such development.

"Our procedures in the united kingdom are running well and almost everything is okay," he added.

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