Thousand kilos of heroine were found inside the sacks of cement which was hidden in the place on a small sailing boat in the Indian Ocean. The value of the heroine was almost near £160 million.
The crew of an Australian warship revealed that the heroine was packed in 46 separate bags by capturing the 27 nautical miles east of the Kenyan port city of Mombasa. This was a mutual operation among 30 countries to fight piracy, smuggling and militancy in the east side of Africa in water. The abduction is the highest ever in the world history of the combined maritime forces.
According to the Australia’s defense department the frigate HMAS Darwin captured the vessel and seized 1023 kg of heroine on Wednesday night. As per the online statement the drugs were damaged. The ship commanding officer, Terry Morison uttered that this seizure was the important one as it has detached the main basis of money from the criminal terrorist set-up.
The areas where the joint operation visited were the Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea, Gulf of Aden, red sea, gulf of Oman and also included the Somalia’s horn of Africa which have been destroyed by piracy and also hijacking of various British yatches. Heroine is basically routed through the district identified for its permeable borders and feeble maritime observation on its way to Europe from Pakistan and Iran.
In the first five months of 2013 more unlawful narcotics were seized in Africa. Last year a Canadian warship captured 500 kg of drugs and this month 130 kg of heroine from a dhow 100 nautical miles located to the east of Tanzanians autonomous archipelago was captured by the Canadian warship who was touring the Indian Ocean. The human traffickers and also the southwestern Indian Ocean and the gulf of Eden were used by the group of brigand from Somalia.