Indian cops seize drugs worth over RM100 mil bound for Malaysia

Thirty kilogrammes of ecstasy drug concealed in 64 packets covered with carbon paper were seized during a raid on a courier company’s office in Kerala.

NEW DELHI: Police in the Indian state of Kerala seized illegal drugs worth two billion rupees (about RM112 million) bound for Malaysia, local media reported.

Thirty kilogrammes of ecstasy drug concealed in 64 packets covered with carbon paper were seized during a raid on a courier company’s office in the city of Kochi on Saturday.

Initial police investigations showed the packets were bound for Malaysia and were sent by an international smuggling racket.

The raid was carried out following a tip-off and police were trying to find out the source of the packets that contained the popular party drug, ecstasy.