Mizoram Police included in two Gold Edition 2022 of World Book of Records

Aizawl: The World Book of Records (WBR) London has included Mizoram Police in two prestigious Gold Edition for carrying out mega disposal of narcotics substance – 930.229 Kg of illegal drugs worth Rs. 23,62,09,40,245 (International market) and for the seizure of the largest consignments of smuggled exotic animals (468 species) to be transported across the border to Myanmar in a single day on May 25, 2022.

Chief minister of Mizoram, Zoramthanga congratulated the Mizoram Police and tweeted:

“Delighted by the outstanding work carried out by @mizorampolice whose sacrifices has been duly recognised by the #WorldBookofRecords The largest seizure of exotic wildlife species being smuggled & the largest valued narcotics drug disposal on a single day by any State Police!”

World Book of Records (WBR) is an organization that catalogs and verifies extraordinary records across the world with authentic certification. Its primary objective and goal is to Records, Honour, Listing and appreciate, authenticate and adjudicate events which can be termed as activities of world standard.

WBR works from all continents with a global network that recognizes the potential of talent and capabilities in world records through international certification. It also honors personalities and places of outstanding contribution to humanity and universal peace.

The World Book Of Records to the DGP of Mizoram, Mr. Devesh Chandra Srivastav, IPS, in two separate confirmation letters congratulated him for the monumental achievement against narcotics and exotic wildlife smuggle.

“We have the pleasure to inform you that the jury is glad to include Mizoram Police for carrying out mega disposal of narcotics substance 930.229 Kg of illegal drugs worth INR 23620940245 (International Market Rate) on 24 June 2022 and for the seizure of the largest consignments of smuggled exotic animals (468 species) to be transported across the border to Myanmar in a single day on 25 May 2022,” stated the letters.

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