Diglipur, June 3: To conquer the menace of illicit ganja in N&M Andaman District, PS Kalighat proved their mettle once again by ongoing tough against the drug peddlers.

On 01/06/2024, based on credible information received, a raiding team led by SI Ashok Kumar Baghel, SHO, PS Kalighat, conducted a raid in the Kishorinagar No.4 area. The team, which included ASI D.K. Singh, HC(D) N Rupesh Kumar, PCs Subrata Biswas, Baikanta Majhi, Ripon Mistry and Sunitha, along with two independent witnesses, was supervised by Shri. Brij Mohan Meena, DANIPS, SDPO Diglipur.

Port Blair, June 3: It is with profound sadness that the A&N Police Department announces the passing of one of its beloved Canine (K-9), Jorly on 02/06/2024, due to prolonged illness. K-9 Jorly, a courageous and dedicated Female German Shepherd, served the community with unwavering loyalty and bravery for 08 years.

Born on 26/03/2016, Jorly joined the A&N Police Department in 2017 after completion of her training from National Training Centre of Dogs, BSF, Tekanpur and quickly became an invaluable asset to the force. Trained in narcotics detection, Jorly played a crucial role in numerous operations like detection of contrabands, representing the department in Dog Shows, demonstrating skills in Passing out parade, participating in Republic Day & Raising Day Parades. Her keen senses and relentless work ethic led to the successful resolution of many cases, earning him admiration and respect from both colleagues and the public.

Port Blair, June 3: Pencak Silat Association, Andaman & Nicobar Islands going to conduct Selection Trial for upcoming Pencak Silat Championships at 5 pm on 5th June 2024.

There is a selection trial for the Pencak Silat players who are interested in participating 5th South Zone Championship and also 6th Senior National Championship.

Port Blair, June 3: On 02/06/2024, a routine patrol led by Sub-Inspector Rangaswamy, In-charge of OP Wimberly Gunj along with PCs S. Srinivasan & Harinder Kumar resulted in a significant seizure of 32 kilograms of illegal venison (Deer meat).

During the patrol in the Padauk Bagicha area, the team noticed a white OMNI vehicle bearing Registration No. AN01 L-2332 hasty heading towards Wimberly Gunj. The vehicle was promptly stopped for inspection and upon checking, the Police team recovered 32 kilograms of venison inside the vehicle.

Port Blair, June 3: A final briefing session was held for the Micro Observers in the conference hall of DBRAIT today on the counting of votes for General Elections- 2024 which will be held at the Counting Centre, JNRM tomorrow (June 4).

Initiating the briefing, the General Observer, ANIPC, Shri Brajesh Narain Singh IAS, enlightened the Micro Observers on their roles and responsibilities. He emphasized the importance of a meticulous examination of the counting process and urged the Micro Observers to work efficiently, ensuring accuracy and avoiding errors while noting down the round wise results during the counting process.