A man and a woman were arrested at the Ahmedabad airport from South Africa two to three days ago on a tip-off received by the Central Government’s Directorate of Revenue Intelligence. As well as the man was sent to Sola Civil for medical and the woman to Civil. Sources said that 85 suspected tablets or capsules were removed from the stomach of a man in Sola Civil and more than 50 from the stomach of a woman in Civil.
Arrested both for being suspicious
The Central Government’s Directorate of Revenue Intelligence had received information that a man and a woman from Africa were about to land at Ahmedabad airport carrying banned drugs. A woman and a man who landed at Ahmedabad airport on Sunday were arrested on suspicion on the basis of the news. A man was found to have something suspicious in his abdomen and a man was sent to Sola Civil Hospital on Sunday night and a woman to a civil hospital on Tuesday evening for medical procedures.
X-ray reveals suspicious
object The 30- to 35-year-old woman, who was apprehended from Ahmedabad airport, was brought by an official of the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence on Tuesday evening with a court order for her medical examination and treatment, civil sources said. The woman was x-rayed by the doctors of the hospital. In this X-ray, a woman with a suspicious object in her abdomen was admitted and more than 50 1 to 2
Extracted into an inch-long capsule, it is handed over to the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence. The girl is currently in hospital, still suspected to have a capsule in her abdomen, to be examined by a doctor, and will be handed over to the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence after the last capsule is removed.
A 30-year-old man was brought to the hospital by the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence on Sunday night, sources close to Sola Civil Hospital said. An X-ray by the hospital’s surgery department revealed 85 tablet or capsule-shaped objects in his abdomen. He was released on Thursday morning after all the tablets were removed from his stomach and he was produced in court by officials of the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence.
X-rays of both were taken on suspicion
An X-ray by doctors showed a suspicious object in the abdomen of a man and a woman, both of whom were admitted to the hospital. As many as 135 capsules have been extracted by the doctors of the surgery department of the hospital by giving enema.
There was a risk of the capsule rupturing during surgery A man and a woman were admitted to the hospital with suspicious drugs in their stomachs by the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence. Doctors often perform a one to two hour surgery to remove the contents of the patient’s abdomen. But there was a strong possibility that the men and women had suspicious drugs in their stomachs.
In order to remove the capsule by surgery, even if the capsule ruptured with a small mistake, the life of the man and woman could be in danger. In order to prevent the capsule from rupturing, the doctors removed the capsule through the anus by giving an enema to the male and female.