Edakkara police publishes collection of poems written during COVID times


Edakkara Janamaithri Police had conducted a poetry competition. 24 poems selected from the entries were included in the book.

District Police Chief U Abdul Kareem handing over the book to artist and social worker Jesfer Kottakkunnu

Malappuram: Edakkara police released a collection of poems penned by the people during COVID lockdown. The book titled ‘Athijeevanam’ was released by District Police Chief U Abdul Kareem by handing it over to artist and social worker Jesfer Kottakkunnu.

Edakkara Janamaithri Police had conducted a poetry competition. 24 poems selected from the entries were included in the book. Mujeeb M Muhammed, Rama Vadassery and Ajmal Hussan had won first three places in the contest.

Earlier, the stories written by police officials from ADGP B Sandhya to civil police officers were published as a book. Edakkara police initiated collection of poetry being inspired from this.

DYSP Saju K Abraham, P N Kishor Kumar, Manoj Paraytta and P C Anwar also attended the book releasing ceremony.

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