A police officer in Madhya Pradesh’s Jabalpur is profitable hearts on the web after he was seen carrying an injured girl on his again inside a hospital.
On Tuesday, round 35 labourers had been injured after the mini-truck wherein they had been travelling overturned. A police group reached the spot and took the injured to a hospital.
When they reached the hospital, the policemen realised that stretchers weren’t obtainable to take the injured folks contained in the hospital.
This is when the cops determined to hold them contained in the hospital themselves. Assistant Sub-Inspector Santosh Sen, LR Patel and constables Ashok, Rajesh and Ankit, with the assistance of locals, lifted the injured on their backs and took them to the casualty division.
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A widely-shared video exhibits Mr Sen, 57, carrying an injured aged girl on his again and dashing contained in the hospital. The girl, visibly in ache, is seen clinging to the police officer. Upon getting into the hospital, one other cop helps the officer stability the lady on again.
Mr Sen had a bullet damage on his proper shoulder round 14 years in the past, throughout a shootout whereas arresting a lacking felony when he was working in Narsinghpur district. Since that shootout in 2006, the officer has had bother together with his proper arm.Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan tweeted his appreciation for Mr Sen’s efforts.
Praising the cops for his or her motion, Inspector General of Police (Jabalpur Range) Bhagwat Singh Chouhan mentioned Rs. 1,000 and a be aware of appreciation has been given to the police personnel “for setting a good example”.
“Around 35 people were injured after the bus carrying them overturned. Our team reached the spot and took them to the hospital. I commend their action. Not a single person got seriously injured in the accident because of the active role of police personnel,” the senior police officer mentioned.
“I hope other police personnel will learn from this and act immediately if people need any help,” he mentioned.