Port Blair, Oct. 12: Shri M. S. Murugan, Assistant Sub Inspector of Police (IRBn), a Black Belt 7th Dan, Gojuryu Karate had been deputed to Campbell Bay on duty-cum-tour during the month of September, 2012.

On his own initiative during his stay at Campbell Bay he organized coaching of wushu, karate & judo to a hundred and fifty school students of the Government Senior Secondary School, Campbell Bay. The Pradhan of Campbell Bay Shri S. Kottaisamy has written to the Director General of Police and lauded the effort stating that the efforts of ASI M. S. Murugan, in addition to his regular duty has initiated discipline and mind-change, especially among the girl students.

At the same time, the ASI also trained 33 personnel of 154 Battalion (TA) Bihar situated at Campbell Bay. Colonel Nikhil Kulkarni, the Commanding Officer of the Battalion has issued an Appreciation Certificate to ASI M. S. Murugan and recognized his contribution to the Unit. The Principal Government Senior Secondary School Campbell Bay has also issued a certificate of honour and appreciation stating that a hundred and fifty students have been trained for 20 days in these arts. He also appreciated that this is the first training programme of the sort organized in this remote island and that it has now become a part and partial of the curriculum.

The Director General of Police is also issuing a certificate and suitable cash reward to Shri M. S. Murugan, who is also the leader of the A & N Police Un-armed combat team which trains all recruits, commandos and personnel.