Anti Narcotics Force MCQs

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The Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) was established on February 21, 1995. The Anti-Narcotics Force is the main body that combats the decrease in supply and demand of illegal narcotics entering Pakistan, mainly via the road to the long porous border with Afghanistan. These drugs are smuggled out of Pakistan via the Pak-Iran border, the long Makran coast, or by sea and air. The National Drug Control Strategy provides for the active and effective cooperation of other law enforcement agencies, as the ANF is fragmented due to insufficient numerical strength. ANF ​​is headquartered in Rawalpindi with five regional general managers in Rawalpindi, Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar, and Quetta. however, it has 28 police stations in the country. Seven Drug Control Courts (CNS) have been established to hear cases arrested for drug trafficking.

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1. How many cases were recorded in 2018?

265 cases were recorded at different police stations of the Anti-Drug Force (ANF).

2. How many defendants were arrested by ANF in 2018?

317 defendants were arrested during the term.

3. How many foreigners were arrested by the ANF in 2018?

11 people (of Afghanistan, Iran, United Kingdom and Nigeria).

4. The number of king drugs that have their assets frozen in 2018___?

Seven (7).

5. Number of drug lords whose assets were recovered in 2018___?

Two (2).

6. How many courses does ANF Academy have?

Four (4) courses

7. Is the Transnational Organized Crime (CTOC) course offered ____?

From April 5 to 27, 2018 at TADOC, Ankara, Turkey, in the presence of Lieutenant Colonel Kanwar Saarim Ben Fakhar, Co-Director.

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