West Tripura District Police carried out a special drive against cannabis plantation in collaboration with local police personnel and Tripura State Rifles (TSR) units. Under the leadership of the Officer-in-Charge (OC) of Lefunga Police Station, the joint operation included dedicated teams from the 10th, 11th, 14th, and 15th Battalions of TSR.
The operation focused on the eradication of cannabis plantations in the ADC (Autonomous District Council) village area falling under the jurisdiction of Lefunga Police Station. The crackdown resulted in the successful destruction of approximately 7,000 cannabis plants, marking a significant stride in the ongoing battle against the cultivation of illicit substances.Illegal cannabis cultivation poses a threat to public health and safety, and law enforcement agencies are actively working to curb its prevalence. The collaborative efforts of the West Tripura District Police, local police forces, and TSR units underscore the commitment to creating a drug-free environment in the region.The eradication drive, carried out systematically and with precision, aligns with the larger objective of maintaining law and order while safeguarding the well-being of the community. Such initiatives not only disrupt the illegal drug trade network but also send a strong message against the cultivation and distribution of banned substances.Local residents have expressed gratitude for the proactive measures taken by law enforcement to combat the menace of illegal cannabis cultivation. The community’s cooperation and support are instrumental in ensuring the success of such operations.The West Tripura District Police remains dedicated to upholding the rule of law and protecting the community from the harmful effects of illicit substances. Continued vigilance and collaborative efforts between law enforcement and local communities are vital to creating a safer and drug-free environment for all residents.