Police Seize 48,000 “Vitamin K” Pills at Kabul Airfield

12 Feb 2020

KABUL (MEP) – Afghan Border Police arrested a smuggler along with 48,000 tabs of Ketamine anesthetic illicit drug, also called “Tablet K,” at Hamed Karzai International Airport on Wednesday.

According to Police, The drugs were deftly embedded in protein cans.

The smuggler was planning to take the “Tablet K” pills into the country, that was discovered and seized by the police, MoI said.

Ketamine (often called “K,” “Special K” or “Vitamin K”) is a potent dissociative anesthetic, and its consumption has grown among the teenagers, with each pill sold in the Kabul markets from one to three thousand Afghanis.

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