New Delhi: The Delhi Police Special Cell on Tuesday arrested two more Afghan nationals on charges of smuggling 50 kilograms of drugs.
The officials conducted raids at a cold storage located on Mariyapuri Road of Kundli village in Sonepat in the early hours of Tuesday.
"From 102 cartons carrying kismis (raisins), 204 poly packs concealed between cardboard layering, containing about 50 kilograms Heroin recovered...Two more Afghan nationals arrested...," Delhi Police Special Cell wrote on Twitter.
The officials also informed that the two men arrested are from Kandahar and Helmand.
"The consignment had reportedly entered India through Wagah-Attari Border," the organisation said in another tweet.
On Friday, Delhi Police Special Cell had seized about 150 kilograms of Afghan-origin heroin, exposing an Afghan-Pakistan narcotics cartel in the process. Five persons, including two Afghanistan nationals, were arrested.