Controversial Adani Mundra Port announced a ban on cargo from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran at its port after heroin drugs worth Rs 21,000 crore were seized at the port. Iran, meanwhile, has been mediating through sources, including its embassy, saying that Iranian cargo is no longer restricted to Indian ports.But when contacted by Adani Mundra Port sources, he made it clear that the decision had not been reconsidered. Attempts were made last month to smuggle 3,000 kg of heroin into Afghanistan by declaring via Iran talcum powder in two containers at the port of Mundra. Which was expedited by the DRI. The repercussions of this chapter were felt across the country. The investigation is currently being conducted by the NIA. In this regard, Bhuj’s NDPS court questioned the role of Mundra Port and the port administration announced that it would not handle any cargo coming from Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan. But a compromise report was later released by the Iranian Chamber, which was denied by Adani Port sources, who said there was no reconsideration.