Puducherry sources stated that a highly venomous snake was discovered in the VIP lounge of the airport here causing flutter among staff members and officials. Meanwhile police said top officials including Airport Authority of India, Chairman,Guruprasad Mohapatra had in the middle of a meeting yesterday spotted the 6 feet long reptile moving beneath a couch and immediately rushed out of the lounge.
Moreover a woman staff present at the spot tried to drive out the snake using a mop. Furthermore they said a police constable managed to catch the snake that had wandered in from nearby thicket and handed it over to forest department personnel and the reptile was identified as Viper, a species considered to be very poisonous. Furthermore the constable D Thiagou, attached to the India Reserve Battalion (IRBn) of Puducherry was presented a cash award and commendation certificate for his act of bravery.
As per report the Director General of Police S K
Gautam presented the cash award and commendation certificate to the constable and
appreciated his brave act. The airport sources said the woman worker would be
honored for her courageous act today.
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