Sabir Shah, a drug trafficker, was arrested by the F.B. Industrial Area Police while supplying one maund (40-KG) of hashish near Sohrab Goth in Karachi.
KANDAHAR: Afghan farmers are busy in their poppy fields as the annual opium harvest begins, underscoring the government’s failure to stamp out a crop that yields much of the world’s supply of heroin. Aided by corrupt bureaucrats, smugglers and Taliban fighters, the farmers help maintain an annual supply of about 9,000 metric tons to international markets, producing bumper crops despite government efforts to deter cultivation. “We don’t get enough money if we grow wheat or other crops,” said Mohammad Nadir, 35, as he…
KARACHI: An arrested suspect on Monday confessed that drug trade is the main reason for violence in Karachi's Lyari area, ARY News reported.