CHANNAI: When the going gets tough, the tough get going. The human embodiment of that phrase was brought to life by TP Chatram Police Station Inspector Rajeshwari. A video of a woman police inspector carrying an unconscious man on her shoulder on the Internet won her public appreciation on Thursday. Also Read: Dassault Papers: Indian Middleman Blew Up On 2010 Thai Holiday On ‘Routed’ Money
According to reports, the 28 year old man, identified as Udayakumar was found lying unconscious under a tree near a cemetery in TP Chatram amid heavy rains in several regions across Tamil Nadu. In the video, the inspector can be seen heaving the man on her shoulder and taking him to a hospital in an auto.
Supriya Sahu IAS also shared the video on her twitter handle and wrote: “No one has shoulders as strong as you Inspector Rajeshwari. Helping out an unconscious man in terrible rains and rushing him to a nearby hospital in an auto is indeed laudable.”
No one has shoulders as strong as you Inspector Rajeshwari 💪Bravo. Helping out an unconscious man in terrible rains and rushing him to a nearby hospital in an auto is indeed laudable. Video by @Shilpa1308 #TamilNaduRains #Police #ChennaiRains2021 pic.twitter.com/VZqc2mLQ4U
— Supriya Sahu IAS (@supriyasahuias) November 11, 2021
After the video went viral, people across social media started appreciating her.
Tamil Nadu has been badly affected by incessant rains and Chennai has been badly hit with the issue of water logging. Chennai airport has also suspended arrival till 6 pm on Thursday. Also Read & Watch: Agusta Middlemen Close To Ex Cong Mantri Family Got Dassault To Route 10 mn Euro ‘Bribe’: Witness, Bank Records
#Update | Due to severe rains and heavy cross winds, arrivals at #AAI Chennai Airport will remain suspended from 1315 hrs to 1800 hrs, today. Departures will continue. The decision has been taken considering the safety aspect of passengers and severity of wind. @AAI_Official
— Chennai (MAA) Airport (@aaichnairport) November 11, 2021
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