100 million worth of Shabu were seized by Anti-narcotics operatives of Philippine National Police in a drug buy-bust operation in Ongpin, Manila
20 kilos of shabu or methamphetamine hydrochloride were found wrapped in carbon paper.
According to the initial reports, Manila Police District 11 conducted an operation wherein a poseur-buyers bought 100 grams of shabu from Rommel Rodriguez and Albert Gasingan based on reports of ABS-CBN News.
The suspects were arrested after discovering they had a large shabu wrapped in a foil and carbon paper inside their
Violation in Republic Act 9165 or the Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002 was charged by the two arrested suspect.
It seems that anti-drug war of Philippine National Police and President Rodrigo Duterte is still a long way to go.
Despite the criticism over alleged extra-judicial killings and violations on human rights, PNP and Duterte affirmed to continue eradicating illegal drugs in the country.
Duterte believes that the endemic case of illegal drugs and drugs users in the Philippines will soon be washed away.
Meanwhile, on the said operation, it can be seen that the street money value of Shabu is getting more expensive as more shabu laboratories and shabu suppliers were being seized and arrested.