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Four new police stations

The city on Tuesday got four more police stations — Netaji Nagar, Panchasayar, Anandapur and Sarsuna. Netaji Nagar police station has been carved out of the jurisdiction of Patuli police station, Panchasayar out of Purba Jadavpur, Anandapur out of Tiljala and Sarsuna out of Thakurpukur police station. Police commissioner Surajit Kar Purkayastha inaugurated the four police stations on Tuesday. Calcutta now has 69 police stations. “The creation of the new police stations will help us intensify vigil in the areas added to the city police’s jurisdiction in 2011,” said Pallab Kanti Ghosh, joint commissioner of police, crime. “In the near future, we will split Haridevpur, Behala, Kasba and Jadavpur police stations,” said a senior officer at Lalbazar.

Netaji Nagar

  • Officer-in-charge: Debasish Chakrabarty
  • Contact no: 033-2421 8056
  • Location: Netaji Nagar Regent Estate, near Netaji Nagar Women’s College

Panchasayar

  • Officer-in-charge: Moloy Basu
  • Contact no: 033-2432 6001
  • Location: On the first floor of New Garia Super Market on Srinagar Main Road

Anandapur

  • Officer-in-charge: Debjit Bhattacharya
  • Contact no: 033-2443 5000
  • Location: Madurdaha Hossainpur Road, the stretch that leads to areas behind Ruby General Hospital

Sarsuna

  • Officer-in-charge: Supriyo Bhattacharya
  • Contact no: 033-2452 1630
  • Location: 4 Ho Chi Minh Sarani, near Muchipara More, on Diamond Harbour Road

Pictures by Sanjoy Ghosh and Sanjoy Chattopadhyaya