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Police in Pakistan on Sunday seized two and a half kg of heroin worth lakhs of rupees while it was being smuggled to India at the Wagah railway station, a media report said.
The heroin was found in a cargo train heading to India from Lahore, the Express Tribune reported.
Two-and-a-half kilogrammes of the contraband was concealed inside furniture, the report said.
The heroin is estimated to be worth lakhs of rupees in the international market.