The dog squad of the Delhi Police got a new home in South Delhi's Push Vihar.
On June 13, the dignified dogs of Delhi Police's Premier Dog Squad, Crime Branch, stood to attention as a guard of honour welcomed them to their new home in Push Vihar, Sector 3.
Clad in their red and black uniforms, the well-trained labradors of the police squad sat happily while their new kennel was inaugurated by the Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik.
Inside their new home, where each four-legged recruit has an individual room, these wonderful dogs took off their uniforms and explored their new rooms.
At present, the Delhi Police has 70 dogs. A proposal to induct a 100 more to the dog squad has been sent to the authorities concerned.
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