MP: Shivraj Singh Chouhan Praises Woman Police Officer's Kind Act

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Former MP CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan shared a video of a police officer gifting clothes and a pair of slippers to an elderly woman, and applauded the officer

Written By Radhika Laghate | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan recently shared a video of a police officer gifting clothes and a pair of slippers to an elderly woman, and praised the officer. Shraddha Shukla, the police officer who is in charge of the Magron police station in Madhya Pradesh Damoh district, has instantly gained praise for the kind act. In the video, she is seen helping the elderly woman put on clothes. 

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Madhya Pradesh proud to have daughters like Shraddha Shukla: Shivraj Singh Chouhan

The former MP Chief Minister tweeted the video exclaiming that the state is proud to have daughters like Shraddha Shukla, who are the strength of an entire family and the nation.

In the video, Ms. Shukla is seen helping the elderly woman put on clothes, to which the elderly woman is moved to tears and blesses the officer. Ms. Shukla is then seen trying to console her, asking not to cry, for this the elder woman instantly replies she was abandoned. As the video carries on, Ms. Shraddha Shukla and another cop reach out to help the elderly woman put on slippers. 

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Netizens turn in compliments for the officer

One Twitter user commented the police officer is "an inspiration" for all.

Others commented this action is an inspiration to all the police officers and a loving approach from the officer for the elderly woman.  

 A few went ahead to laud her act and requested for her promotion.

 

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On Friday, a Kerala senior civil police officer Aparna Lavakumar, tonsured and donated her hair to cancer patients. Aparna works at an all-women police station in Irinjalakuda in Thrissur, reportedly claimed she had no regrets and that she was never bothered about appearances. She claimed that she wanted to do her bit in helping people and putting smiles on their faces. Ten years ago, the cop had also sold off her gold bangles for Rs. 60,000 to a family in need to get the body of their kin released at a hospital.

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