A 41-year-old South African national was intercepted at the airport on Tuesday June 4, arriving from South Africa. Profiled by ADSU, he was subjected to an X-ray examination, revealing the presence of pellets in his stomach.

Admitted to the hospital, he returned around fifteen pellets that he had swallowed. However, he died on Thursday morning. The smuggler admitted to having ingested heroin pellets to import drugs into the country. Some of the pellets were recovered during the post-mortem carried out by the head of the forensic department, Dr Sudesh Kumar Gungadin.

A total of 860 grams of heroin, worth Rs 12.9 million, were placed under seal. Death was attributed to cerebral edema. The ADSU investigation continues.

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