PS Chatham Solves Mystery of Burning New Born Puppies

The team of Police Station Chatham has finally solved the mystery of burning five puppies alive at Teal House Government accommodation and arrested a Doctor from ANIIMS for having committed the gruesome crime.  

Port Blair, June 5: On 03/06/2020, a written complaint was received from Dr. Hemant residing in Teal House, Delanipur that 05 nos. puppies have been burnt alive in front of his room no. 205 by some unknown person. On receipt of written information, a case crime no. 51/2020 dt. 03/06/2020 U/s 428/429 IPC r.w.s 11 of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960 was chalked out at PS Chatham and the investigation was taken up immediately.

Port Blair, June 4: The Member of Parliament, A&N Islands, Shri Kuldeep Rai Sharma has requested the Lt. Governor, A&N Islands to consideration early enrolment of 1500 persons who have applied for grant of Old age, Widow, Destitute and Divyangjan pensions. The applications have been pending in the Directorate of Social Welfare, A&N Administration since many months, as these persons are facing great financial constrains to meet their essential requirements especially in times of crisis owing to COVID-19 Pandemic.

Port Blair, June 4: The Janasena Party Andaman Nicobar (JSPAN) has requested the Chief Secretary, A&N Administration to grant Rs. 10,000/- per month for four months to Tourism Industry’s boat operators, cab operators, and tour operators.

Port Blair, June 4: An over speeding bike today badly injured a cow at the Marina Road. The accident took place at around 6 pm when a bike with registration number AN01 H 9490 hit the cow after the rider lost control. The rider managed to escape with few injuries, while the cow’s condition looked critical.

Port Blair, June 4: The NGO, PANKH has been taking counselling sessions individually for people who have been quarantined in hotels in order to boost their morale in this pandemic and help them to tackle with it mentally. The NGO has also provided sanitary napkins to beneficiaries at Fisheries Colony, Haddo along with other essentials.

Komal Anand, President of Pankh has thanked the Police Department, South Andaman with a special mention to ASP Sandya Swamy for supporting the NGO’s initiatives.