Lahore: Pakistani law enforcement agencies have arrested 108 foreigners, a majority of them Africans, for alleged involvement in drug trafficking in this country.
The Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) and the Federal Investigation Agency carried out a crackdown in different parts of Lahore over the past two days and arrested the foreigners, including eight women, for their involvement in running drug rackets and other crimes, officials said.
ANF Director General Brig Shahid Afzal told reporters that four separate teams conducted raids in Makka Colony, Gulberg, Mozang, Township and other areas and took the suspects into custody.
Afzal said the visas of some of the arrested suspects had expired and they were involved in the illicit liquor business.