Punjab police conduct ‘Op Seal’ at 10 inter-state borders to examine incoming autos; nakas laid in any respect 131 entry/exit factors
Chandigarh, February 19
Punjab Police on Sunday carried out a particular operation, ‘Ops Seal’, geared toward checking of all autos getting into the border state of Punjab. The operation was carried out on the instructions of Director Common of Police (DGP) Punjab Gaurav Yadav.
Properly-coordinated sturdy nakas involving 1600 police personnel had been set-up below the supervision of Inspectors/DSPs in any respect the 131 entry/exit factors of 10 districts, which share boundaries with Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Rajasthan and Haryana. The ten inter-state border districts embrace Pathankot, Sri Muktsar Sahib, Fazilka, Ropar, SAS Nagar, Patiala, Sangrur, Mansa, Hoshiarpur, and Bathinda.
A particular operation “OPS SEAL” is carried out at Entry/Exit factors on interstate boundaries with #Himachal, #JammuAndKashmir, #Rajasthan & #Haryana.
Robust Nakas are put below 131 groups led by DSP/Inspectors. (1/2) pic.twitter.com/oHxykUtD0a
— Punjab Police India (@PunjabPoliceInd) February 19, 2023
The operation was carried out in a synchronised method from 8 am to 2 pm and all of the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSPs) had been requested to mobilise a most variety of officers and manpower for this operation to put sturdy ‘nakas’ at sealing factors below the supervision of gazetted officers/SHOs.
Giving particulars, Extra Director Common of Police (ADGP) Legislation and Order Arpit Shukla stated that the target of this operation was to maintain examine on unlawful drug trafficking and illicit liquor smuggling, moreover, motion of gangsters and anti-social parts.
He stated that in an operation, a radical search of suspected autos/individuals was ensured whereas making certain minimal inconvenience was triggered to most people. “We had strictly instructed all police personnel to cope with each commuter in a pleasant and well mannered method whereas checking their automobile in the course of the course of this operation,” he added.
The ADGP stated that as many as 6378 autos getting into the state had been checked, of which 366 had been challaned and 32 had been impounded. The police have additionally registered 33 first data stories (FIRs) and arrested three proclaimed offenders.
Other than this, the police groups have recovered 70 kg poppy husk, 1 kg charas, 110 grams heroin and Rs 1 lakh drug cash.