Pakistan Police Foils Bid To Smuggle Centuries-old Buddha Statues

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Police in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province said they have foiled a bid to smuggle two precious centuries-old statues of Gautam Buddha out of the country

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Police in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province said they have foiled a bid to smuggle two precious centuries-old statues of Gautam Buddha out of the country and arrested three persons in connection with the case.

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Two precious centuries-old statues of Gautam Buddha recovered

The Peshawar capital city police taking action on a tip-off raided a house in Khamosh Colony and recovered two precious centuries-old statues of Gautam Buddha. The police arrested owner of the house Javed Baig and his two sons Saad and Saqib. The accused were booked under the relevant section of the law by the police.

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