Mumbai: The sniper dog, who served best in the police department, received a rare honor. Nashik police bid a hearty farewell to Jagilan, who has served for 11 years. It was paraded on a police vehicle decorated with roses and balloons, praising the services of ‘Sniper Spike’. The video is currently going viral on social media. Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh also tweeted praising Spike services.
‘Sniper is not only a dog, he is also part of the police family. I salute him for his services to the country, ”he tweeted. This spiker spikeాలుగా has been active in detecting and detonating many explosives in duty management for the past 11 years. In this context, the Nashik police said goodbye to the services of Spifer.
#WATCH Maharashtra: Spike – a sniffer dog who was a part of bomb detection & disposal squad of Nashik City Police Force, received farewell on 24th Feb after completing 11 yrs of service. Spike was paraded on bonnet of Police vehicle on the occasion
(Video Source: Nashik Police) pic.twitter.com/FY7GsJMFNg
– ANI (@ANI) February 27, 2021
From an early age, officers trained spiphers. These are mostly used to identify things like guns, narcotics, bombs. Special training is taken for this. Many countries hope to train guards on the detection of Kovid-19 cells in airports and other public places. Humans are expected to smell sweat and urine and train them to detect the presence of corona cells. Army Dog Trainer Colonel Surender Saini said that in our country, eight dogs are being specially trained at a camp in Delhi. Cocker Spaniels and Labradors in particular are being used for this purpose.
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