Scanners at Gujarat borders planned to curb narcotic smuggling: Govt | Ahmedabad News

AHMEDABAD: The state government told the Gujarat assembly that it plans to install scanners at check posts on the state’s borders to curb narcotic smuggling.
Minister of state for home Harsh Sanghavi, during a debate on the issue of drugs seized in Jamnagar and Banaskantha, said more than 50 cases of narcotics being smuggled in from Rajasthan were reported, and the state government plans to install high-quality scanners at all check posts to curb narcotics smuggling. He said anti-social elements from Rajasthan were pushing drugs into Gujarat.
He requested Congress MLAs to seek assistance from the Congress government in Rajasthan to stop contraband coming in from the neighbouring state. He said senior officers will also be deployed at check posts.
To a question by Jamnagar South MLA Divyesh Akbari, Sanghavi said 10 raids for narcotics were carried out in Jamnagar and all of them were successful.

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