Njarackal Circle

0484 2495680 cijklekmrl.pol@kerala.gov.in

Njarakkal Circle office, situated in 40.4 cents of land in Survey No. 121//4,6,16 of Njarakkal Village.. Old CI office building is situated in 14 cents land in Sy. No. 259/5,6,9 of Njarakkal Village. There is 50.250 cents land in Sy. No. 222/27 of Njarakkal Village in which Njarakkal Police Quarters are situated. There is another 10.127 cents of land in Sy. No. 345/5 of Elamkunnappuzha Village in which Police Out-Post was situated. Besides this Land plots of 21.25 Cents in Sy.No.127/2 (Munambam PS old building), 61.75 Cents in Sy.No.127/3 (Munambam PS new building and old police quarters), 1 Hector 21.5 cents in Sy. No. 127/5 of Kuzhuppilly Village and 6.42 Cents in Sy. No.205/2 in Pallippuram Village, are available in Munambam PS limits

Njarackal Police Circle has jurisdiction of three villages Vazhathoppu , Maryrapuram , Vathikudy ,

The Police Stations under Njarackal Circle are Njarackal,and Munambam.

This Circle is coming under the jurisdiction of Aluva Sub Division.

Office of the Njarackal Circle

Historical Places in Njarackal Circle


The most ancient European Fort in India built in AD 1503 conserved by the Government of Travancore as a historic relic. It was constructed by the Portuguese, later the Fort came under the Dutch and subsequently acquired by the Travancore State. The gateway of the Fort is in ruins each face of the hexaeonal sector has 3 embrasures that could mount a number of gun in any direction. It is well known as “Ayakkotta” or “Alikotta”. Through the strategic diplomacy of Raja Kesava Das, the able Divan of the Travancore Raja, the Fort was purchased by the Travancore Govt. from Dutch. It is today – a protected monument of Kerala Government under the department of Archeology


Cochin Refinery Crude Oil Terminal is one of the most important Crude oil receiving stations in India, situated in 200 acres of land in Puthuvypu village, Kochi Taluk. Crude Oil loaded ships anchoring at a Single point floating Jetty which is situated in the sea, 19.5 km away from the terminal. Crude Oil is pumping through pipe line from the floating Jetty to KRL Terminal. Crude oil is stored in 4 tanks, which has a capacity of 80,000 kilo ltrs each. After that, Crude oil is pumping from this tanks to KRL Ambalamugal through pipe line. The KRL Crude Oil Terminal, because of its national importance and strategic location demands a very high level of security and advanced level of surveillance.