Friday, April 26, 2019

People allege "shoddy road work going on at Teylarabad"; JE assures, work will be done properly



TMI Correspondent
Port Blair, Apr 24: Local people allege that, "the method using to construct road from main road to Pujari House at Teylarabad village (Ward No.3) under Sippighat Gram Panchayat by contractor is substandard. The road roller work is not done properly to compact soil and bitumen in the construction of its foundation, and sufficient water also not fed during road laying work".
Nearby residents further alleges that, the concern Junior Engineer for this work is least bother to inspect the work going on in broad day light, which hits there might be some nexus between contractor and concerned officials of Sippighat Gram Panchayat.
However, people in majority allege that, "If the road is carpeted in such standard, it will be damaged within a year".
When contacted Junior Engineer, Shri Appa Rao, he accepted the allegations of people and said, 'due to steep slope the road roller was not rolled properly in the area, but after doing mechanical change in the roller the work will be going on, sufficient water to the path is also providing now, after complaint'.
When asked by this correspondent that, why not any mandatory board put on display for information of Tender Work? He said, 'the work was estimated at the cost of approx Rs.20 Lakh'. 'The work is already delayed by the contractor and the bill will not be released until and unless the work done properly', he added.

6810 sedative tablets seized at College hostel Gate; One arrested

Port Blair, Apr 24: A team of South Andaman Police has registered a case of Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act 1985 and arrested a person with 6810 tablets of psychotropic substance.
On receipt of credible information on April 21, 2019, a raiding team under the guidance of SHO Aberdeen, Insp. Sanjay Kumar comprising SI P. Jeevan, HC Sunil Singh Yadav, PCs SN Rao, Suresh & Vinod Liniya conducted raid near Boys Hostel Gate, JNRM College and recovered 4200 pink colored tablets containing Alprazolam 0.50mg each, 2400 pink colored tablets containing Alprazolam 0.25mg each and 210 tablets containing Tramadol Hydrochloride 37.5mg from the possession of Dharmender Singh S/o Late. Jagbans Lall, 41yrs, R/o Aberdeen Bazar.
The public is requested to share information with Police in full confidence so that such anti-social elements are brought to justice and may pass such information to 112, 100, 03192-232100, 03192-232400 and 9434288673. The identity of the informant will be kept secret.

ABVP organises rally demanding Charge-sheet in recent double murder case


Port Blair, Apr 24: A peaceful rally was organized by the Akhil Bhartiya Vidhyarthi Parishad (ABVP) demanding filling of charge-sheet against both the accused persons in the double murder case, which stunned the Islands recently. The rally was also organized to demand "Drug Addiction Free Andaman". The people who participated in the rally demanded justice for Late Padmapriya and Late Rose Cynthia and also sought speed up investigation.
According to reports, huge number of people gathered this evening at the parking area near ASI building, from where the rally started. The rally passed through Bengali Club, Model School, Clock Tower area and culminated near Gandhi Statue, where effigies of both the accused and drug mafias were burnt. Family members and friends of both the victims also participated in the rally.
The ABVP state Secretary R Rajsekar and Anu Katherine, student leader of TGCE lead the rally. ABVP ANI units President Dr Santosh Kumar Jha talked about ABVP's dedication towards eradicate the drug trafficking from these Islands and expressed his gratitude towards the Nicobari tribal community for their support and dedication to make Andaman and Nicobar Islands drug addiction free Islands.

Andamani goes missing from Kolkata; Jolly requests for speedy investigation


Port Blair, Apr 24: M. Hari Prasad S/o M. S. R.C. Murthy is missing since April 18, 2019 morning from Kolkata. A missing complaint ID No. 1728 was lodge at Siyaldah Mucchipara Police Station, Kolkata, West Bengal but so far no development found in this case.
In this regard Mr. Vishal Jolly, State President BJP A&N Islands, requested the DGP, A&N Islands to coordinate with the Commissioner of Police, West Bengal for speedy investigation. The DGP, A&N Islands assured that appropriate action will be taken immediately, State Convenor, Media Cell, BJP said in a press release.

Person missing from Nimbudera


Port Blair, Apr 24: One person namely Shri Kamlesh Biswas, S/o Shri Rasamay Biswas (29) yrs, R/o Nimbudera, Billiground is reportedly missing from his residence since the intervening night of 23rd February, 2019 who left his house due to family dispute with his uncle. The description roll of Shri Kamlesh Biswas is Height-(5 feet, 3 inch), physically challenged in left hand, Hair: Black, Eye-Black, Colour: Shallow, Built: Medium, Face: Round and he was wearing blue colour half pant & blue colour T-shirt.
The general public has been requested to pass information/clue if any about the aforesaid missing person to the nearest Police Station or on the telephone numbers viz. SHO PS Billiground (03192-270523), Mobile No. 9531887744, SDPO Rangat (03192-274646), Superintendent of Police (D) N&MA (03192-273344), Police Control Room - (03192-232100) or e-mail ID spnm.and@nic.in.