Kiran Bedi Lauds Police Beat Officer For Living Up To Civic Duty

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Retired Indian Police Service officer and current Puducherry L-G Kiran Bedi took to Twitter on Monday to laud a police beat officer who reported a leaking pipe

Written By Ria Kapoor | Mumbai | Updated On:
Kiran Bedi

Retired Indian Police Service officer and current Puducherry L-G Kiran Bedi took to Twitter on Monday to laud a police beat officer who reported a leaking pipe and immediately got it fixed. Bedi said that if one officer could do such a deed, then anyone, as a responsible citizen could do it.

Bedi's Twitter video

She shared a video on the micro blogging site in which the police officer can be seen inspecting the pipe that he later got fixed. In her tweet, Bedi also said that one should not overlook a civic problem and that everyone should be responsible for it. 

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In a similar vein, Bedi had warmly welcomed Sadhguru's 'Cauvery Calling' rally when it reached Puducherry on September 15, marking the thirteenth day of the initiative. It took the riders a fortnight-long journey to reach Puducherry. Sadhguru had thanked Dr. Bedi for giving a warm welcome to his entire entourage and for sharing their energy. Bedi and Sadhguru had also tweeted about the same. The initiative involves a humongous effort to plant trees on the Cauvery basin in an effort to replenish the river.

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