Policeman guarding Tamil Nadu DGP office loses walkie-talkie

A policeman on guard at the DGP office on the Kamarajar Salai near the Marina beach allegedly lost his walkie-talkie on Saturday and a complaint was lodged with the Marina police.

Published: 18th May 2018 04:06 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th May 2018 04:08 AM   |  A+A-

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By Express News Service

CHENNAI: A policeman on guard at the Director General of Police office on the Kamarajar Salai near the Marina beach allegedly lost his walkie-talkie on Saturday and a complaint was lodged with the Marina police. Different divisions of the special police take turns in guarding the DGP office. For the past five months, company E of the special police force had been on guard and on May 11, company C took charge of the security duty, said police sources.

“Inspector V Mayilvaganan (56), who was recently posted in charge of the second company of the special force, checked equipment on May 12 morning and found one walkie-talkie missing. When enquiries were made with the guards at the gate, everyone told the Inspector that they had returned the instrument. A complaint was lodged with the Marina police,” said a police officer.

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