Port Blair, April 19: In a commendable effort to uphold democratic values, the Andaman and Nicobar Police have actively encouraged maximum participation of their personnel polling in the 2024 Lok Sabha Election. Despite logistical challenges due to the geographical remoteness of certain islands in the archipelago, the A&N Police have successfully organized the voting process for their personnel deployed in these areas.

In a specific instance, personnel stationed at the Look-Out Posts (LOPs) manned by the India Reserve Battalion and Armed Police Unit on the remote islands of Tillang Chaung and Narcondum were efficiently transferred to Nancowrie and Diglipur respectively to exercise their voting rights. This practical approach highlights the commitment of the A&N Police to ensure that every citizen's voice is heard, irrespective of their location.

Under the leadership of Shr. Devesh Chandra Srivatsava, DGP, ANI, and the supervision of Ms. Sindhu Pillai A, IPS, IGP, ANI, Ms. Monika Bhardwaj, DIGP (IRBn/APU), and Ms. Shweta K Sugathan, Superintendent of Police (APU)/Commandant (IRBn), the A&N Police have taken pride in facilitating their personnel to participate in the democratic process, reaffirming their dedication to uphold the values enshrined in our constitution.

As the nation eagerly anticipates the results of the 2024 Lok Sabha Election, the A&N Police's commitment to ensuring realistic and effective measures for voter participation among its personnel serves as a model for democratic engagement.