A group of policemen who went out in search of ganja lost their way and got stuck in the forest.
Kerala Police: A group of policemen who were in search of ganja allegedly grown in the forest of Palakkad district of Kerala lost their way and got stuck in the forest. The police gave this information on Saturday. Police said that confidential information was received that hemp is being grown in the dense forest of Malampuzha-Valayar, after which a team of 13 policemen under the leadership of Deputy Superintendent of Police of Narcotic Cell Srinivas went to the forest on Friday.Also Read – Pagal Baap: The drunken father gave liquor to the minor daughter, the mother told the whole thing to the police
He said that in the evening he told his colleagues that they had lost their way and got stuck in the forest. He also said that he had to spend the night sitting on a stone. Police said that on the basis of information, two teams of police and forest department personnel have gone to the forest to rescue the stranded team. Also Read – Kerala Lockdown Latest Update: Full lockdown in Kerala today and tomorrow, strict restrictions will continue till June 16
According to reports, on Friday, a circle inspector and two sub-inspectors, four members of Thunderbolt and four locals entered the forest after getting information that hemp is being cultivated in the area. However, when he felt that he had lost his way, he spent the night on a rock. The police team, including Malampuzha Inspector Sunil Krishnan, Walayar Sub-Inspector Rajesh, Special Squad SI Jaleel, entered the forest along with the Thunderbolt team at around 7.30 am on Friday. Also Read – Case registered against Sunny Leone, Crime Branch interrogated, case related to transactions worth lakhs of rupees
Officials said that they were trapped due to excessive penetration in the forest and heavy rains. The officials were apprised of the situation by Friday evening. An eight-member team from Walayar and a team from Malampuzha Kava went into the forest around 6 am in search of the missing police officers.