Refused Help, Woman Cop Carries Body For Last Rites, Wins Internet

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Refused Help, Andhra Woman Cop Carries Body For Last Rites, Wins Internet

Andhra Pradesh: Sub inspector Ok Sirisha carried the physique on her personal after villagers refused to assist.

New Delhi:

A lady sub inspector from Andhra Pradesh has gained the web for carrying the physique of an outdated, unidentified, homeless man for two kilometres and doing his final rites when the locals backed off, refusing assist.

Photographs and movies of a uniformed Ok Sirisha carrying the physique by means of paddy fields of Srikakulam district’s coastal city of Palasa have been shared broadly on the web since Monday, with admirers showering praises and “salutes”.

Ms Sirisha is seen carrying the entrance of the makeshift stretcher helped by one different man who stepped ahead when he noticed her attempt to elevate the physique all by herself.

The Andhra Pradesh Police, which praised the inspector, additionally tweeted a video of the incident displaying the cop march on whilst a panting voice is overheard saying ‘Please go away madam’.

“It okay,” mentioned Ms Sirisha, who additionally helped with the ultimate rites by handing the physique over to the Lalitha Charitable Belief.

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“DGP Gautam Sawang lauds the humanitarian gesture of inspector Ok Sirisha of Kasibugga police station,” the Andhra Pradesh Police wrote on Twitter.

A picture of the incident was additionally shared by Sunil Deodhar, BJP Nationwide Secretary and co-incharge of Andhra Pradesh.

“Salute to Kasibugga sub inspector Ok Sirisha, who went a step forward whereas performing her duties and carried an outdated lady’s (man) useless physique for 2kms and helped in performing final rites. Together with performing the duties of a public officer, she’s proven public accountability too,” he tweeted.

By the way, the person was discovered useless within the fields and couldn’t be recognized, so the villagers declined to hold the physique.

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