Shillong: The BSF on Saturday said it seized 2,850 banned Yaba tablets valued at approximately Rs 4.27 lakh from two persons in Meghalaya’s West Khasi Hills district close to the India-Bangladesh border.
Acting on a tip-off, BSF personnel apprehended two motorcycle-borne persons in Borsora area and confiscated the drug.
The apprehended persons, along with seized drugs, were handed over to the police and they were arrested, an officer said.
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