Anand Mishra, the current Superintendent of Police in Nagaon, has started his tenure by assisting stranded bus drivers and conductors in Kerala and educating them about COVID procedures and how to remain healthy. He was spotted speaking with bus drivers and conductors at Nagaon’s bus stand. He was informing them of the travel restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to sources, 78 buses and 156 drivers and conductors from Kerala are stranded in Nagaon as a result of the travel ban.
SP Mishra said that he would take all necessary steps to assist Kerala residents stranded in Nagaon in returning to their homes. He was moved from Dhubri to Nagaon last week, and today marks his first day as Nagaon’s latest SP. Mishra was commended for his deed.
SP Mishra is well-known for his approachability, encouragement, and proactive nature, as well as for his production work as SP Dhubri. The residents of Dhubri adored him because he was always available to them and listened to and cared for every problem or concern they had. The evidence of this can be seen in online footage of huge crowds gathering to thank him.
As he departed Dhubri, he said, “Dhubri will always be a part of my heart, as will all the memories and good times. All, please stay safe.”
He took over from SO Gurav Abhijit Dilip. SP Dilip has taken the place of SP Dhubri. These transfers are included in the 37 reforms announced by Assam’s newly sworn-in Himanta Biswa Sarma government on May 14.
Numerous youths gathered in front of SP Mishra’s official residence in Dhubri and even in front of his headquarters, holding placards pleading with the government to rescind his transfer order. “For us, Mishra Sir is a role model. He was always encouraging youth and guiding the young generation in a positive direction “According to youth in Dhubri city.