A Pakistan Worldwide Airways (PIA) flight headed to London from Islamabad was searched by UK’s border company officers.
Sources informed a personal information channel that British officers, together with sniffer canines, searched the airplane for 5 hours.
They added that 17 British officers took off panels from the airplane and did an intensive search; they have been appearing on a tip-off that medication have been being smuggled aboard the airplane.
PIA officers, nonetheless, mentioned the airplane was cleared after no contraband was discovered.
It’s essential to notice that in June, the Anti-Narcotics Pressure (ANF) busted a gang of drug-peddlers concerned in smuggling of medicine overseas via PIA plane.
The ANF rounded up 9 PIA workers from Karachi and one from Lahore.
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