Huge Yaba tablets seized in Teknaf

Teknaf, Bangladesh:  Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) of Teknaf seized about 5, 80,000 Yaba tablets from Sarbran Kurermogh area in Teknaf upazila under Cox’s Bazar district on April 13 early morning, according to Teknaf police station.
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Drug carrier 15 year jailed, drug distributor free in Maungdaw

Maungdaw court sentenced a drug carrier to long term jail but the drug lord or distributor was free recently, according Halim, a human rights watchdog from Maungdaw.
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RAB seize huge Yaba tablets in Bay Bengal

A team of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) seized huge Yaba tablets in the Bay of Bengal on March 14 while being smuggled to Bangladesh from Burma by the sea-route, Jafor Khan, a local businessman from Cox’s Bazar said.
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High level flag meeting held at Bangladesh-Burma border

Battalions Commander level flag meeting was held between Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) and Burma Border Guard Police (BGP) on February 18 at friendship bridge of Gumdum- Taungbro border (Bangladesh-Burma border) under the Naikonchari, Bandarban district, Mohammed, a local businessman from border said.
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80,000 yaba tablets seized in Teknaf

The Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) seized 80,000 Yabba tablets worth around Taka 24 million in different places of Teknaf under Cox’s Bazar district on February 6 in the morning, said Abudul Shukur, a trader from Teknaf.
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More than 1.4 million Yaba seized in Buthidaung

Buthidaung township administration office, Drug Enforcement Agency and custom had seized more than 1.04 million Yaba tablets from a Rakhine woman who was coming with Akyab bound boat – Aung Thu Hinn – to Buthidaung on December 31, 2015, said an officer from Buthidaung who denied to be name.


Yaba in Aung Thu Hinn boat at Buthidaung jetty,  Photo: Police

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Bangladesh Coastguard arrests two Burmese nationals at border

Teknaf, Bangladesh: Bangladesh Coastguard arrested two Burmese nationals with Yaba tablets from the Naff River on December 3, while crossing Burma-Bangladesh border, Hussain Kamal from Teknaf town said. Continue reading