Whereas most of us were spending 1st April by playing pranks or sharing memes on the social site, but a Hyderabad Traffic Cop did something incredible which also shows the real humanity or which shows that humanity is still alive.
The man of the hour is Kukatapally Traffic PS Home Guard B.Gopal. The images of the traffic police Gopal feeding a homeless woman has been going viral on the social site from the past two days.
This picture was clicked near Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University (JNTU), this trendy pic of the cop display that he is Gopal feeding a homeless woman with his own hands.
This kind gesture of him is being praised by fellow cops and netizens on the microblogging site. Even Cyberabad Police Commissioner VC Sajjanar and Home Minister Nayani Narsima Reddy also impressed with this act of Gopal.
The selfless act of gentleness and belovedness was gone viral on the twitter after firstly this pic was shared by Harsha Bhargavi, chief public relations officer to Telangana DGP on the microblogging site.
On the last Sunday, home guard B Gopal was seen doing his duty at the junction near Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University in Kukkatpally, witnessed the helpless older woman, Buchamma, who was lying on the side of the road, she was looking too weak.
Gopal was somehow emotional to see this helpless aged woman and he then without wasting his time got some breakfast for her. Not stopping there, he also fed the food to the aged lady with his own own hands.
Speaking to a popular media house, Gopal said, “I saw Buchamma (lying on the roadside) in a very bad shape. She seemed extremely exhausted. I immediately knew the reason; she was hungry. Since she wasn’t in a position to even lift a finger, I fed her.”
This gesture of Kukatpally traffic PS Home Guard B.Gopal (1275) towards a homeless woman by feeding her at JNTU shakes the heart @cpcybd @cyberabadpolice @TelanganaDGP @TelanganaCMO pic.twitter.com/tL7VO7Vt5J
— Harsha Bhargavi (@pandiribhargavi) April 1, 2018
He added that he had seen Buchamma almost every day, and he thought to interact with her. “Five months ago, Buchamma was hit by a vehicle. We took her to the hospital then and took care of her. Ever since then, she is quite close to the department people who are on duty near the junction. She has nine children, but all of them abandoned her. I hope that at least one of them will come in search of her and take her home,” he added further.
Buchammaha has now been sent to a welfare home in Cherlapally.
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