Port Blair, June 20: In a vibrant display of unity and commitment, the Andaman & Nicobar Police organized a captivating motorcycle rally to commemorate the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking. The event, flagged off by the Sh. Sanjay Tyagi, Deputy Inspector General of Police (Intelligence), brought together police personnel from various units of A&N Police to raise awareness against drug abuse and illicit trafficking.

The rally, held on 20/06/2024, at 04:30 PM, witnessed an impressive turnout of motorcycle riders where participants of the rally embarked on a thrilling journey through the city's streets, spreading the crucial message of a drug-free society. The thunderous roar of motorcycles echoed through the air, drawing attention and engaging the public in the cause. Approximately 100-120 bike riders of A& N Police participated in this motorcycle rally.

The Deputy Inspector General of Police (Intelligence) expressed his heartfelt appreciation for the participation and support received from the community. He highlighted the urgent need to combat drug abuse and illicit trafficking, emphasizing the role of public awareness and collective action in addressing this pressing issue. He invited citizens, community leaders, and organizations to join hands in taking a solemn pledge to actively contribute to the eradication of drug abuse and illicit trafficking. By collectively committing to this cause, we can create a powerful force for positive change and foster a safe and drug-free Andaman & Nicobar Islands.

A&N Police remains committed to promoting a drug-free society and will continue its efforts to create awareness, educate the masses, and enforce strict measures against drug abuse and illicit trafficking. The motorcycle rally served as a testament to the unity and determination of A&N Police and its partners in fighting this menace head-on. Citizens are appealed to share any information regarding drug abuse and illicit trafficking in the dedicated mobile phone number of Anti-Narcotics Police Station- 03192-234216/9531856080/112.