Khaki is enhanced by performing duties, has respect – Varanasi: Increased value of khaki through duty, received honor

Newspaper counter, Amar Ujala

Published by: Ghanshyam Rai
Updated May 01, 2021 12:06 AM IST

Uttar Pradesh
– Photo: Social Media

In the Corona era, khaki comes out every day in some form as an angel for people. Also on Friday, Inspector Laksa, Pandariba Outpost Incharge and Cantt Roadways Outpost Incharge plundered the applause with the help of a needy woman and an obstetrician. At the same time, the department heads patted the trio for their noble work.
The husband of a woman who lives under the Laksa Police Station in Rampura has died. A woman who lives with children also has a food treatment crisis. After Inspector Laksa Mahatam Yadav and the Pandariba Outpost in charge, Mithilesh Yadav, received the information through social media, they reached the woman’s house. In addition to organizing food for the woman and her children, she also provided financial help. While the woman and her children thanked them, the two police officers assured them that they would continue to come to look for them.

Woman suffering from childbirth taken to hospital
A woman is said to have suffered a childbirth near the Malgodam Shelter Home at Cantt train station. Based on information, Cant Roadway’s Mirza Rizwan Beg Outpost reached the site. He asked the women in the neighborhood to see the woman. While showing humanity, the women also delivered the angry woman by the roadside.
After that, the Cantt Roadways Outpost Incharge called an ambulance and sent them to the women’s hospital for better treatment at the mother and child hospital. The outpost was greatly appreciated by the local women for their understanding and willingness. The women said that if the inspector had shown the speed, something might have gone wrong with the woman. At the same time, Outpost Incharge said it was his duty.

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In the Corona era, khaki comes out every day in some form as an angel for people. Also on Friday, Inspector Laksa, Pandariba Outpost Incharge and Cantt Roadways Outpost Incharge plundered the applause with the help of a needy woman and an obstetrician. At the same time, the department heads patted the trio for their noble work.

The husband of a woman who lives under the Laksa Police Station in Rampura has died. A woman who lives with children also has a food treatment crisis. After Inspector Laksa Mahatam Yadav and the Pandariba Outpost in charge, Mithilesh Yadav, received the information through social media, they reached the woman’s house. In addition to organizing food for the woman and her children, she also provided financial help. While the woman and her children thanked them, the two police officers assured them that they would continue to come to look for them.

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