Army doctors help woman deliver baby on train. ‘Proud of you,’ says Twitter
A picture accompanying the tweet shows Captain Lalitha and Captain Amandeep of Indian Army 172 military hospital with the baby they helped to deliver.Updated: Dec 30, 2019 13:24 IST
The Internet often gifts us with heartwarming stories that are a treasure to humanity. One such incident has been shared on Twitter recently. A tweet posted on the ADG PI - Indian Army handle details the incident when two women captains from the Indian army helped a woman deliver her baby inside a train.
A picture accompanying the tweet shows Captain Lalitha and Captain Amandeep of Indian Army 172 military hospital with the baby they helped to deliver.
“Captain Lalitha & Captain Amandeep, IndianArmy 172 Military Hospital, facilitated in premature delivery of a passenger while traveling on Howrah Express. Both mother & baby are hale & hearty. #NationFirst #WeCare,”said the caption.
Captain Lalitha & Captain Amandeep, #IndianArmy 172 Military Hospital, facilitated in premature delivery of a passenger while traveling on Howrah Express.— ADG PI - INDIAN ARMY (@adgpi) December 28, 2019
Both mother & baby are hale & hearty.#NationFirst#WeCare pic.twitter.com/AFQGybwJJ6
Shared on December 28, the post has garnered over 21,900 likes and more than 4,300 retweets. Netizens have lauded the efforts of the women with some encouraging comments. While some have congratulated them for their quick response, others have gone ahead to describe them as ‘sheroes’ of our country.
Bravo Captains. You are perfect blend and example of strength and kindness.— sangeeta nair (@CharuvillyNair) December 28, 2019
Our Army always comes as savior at all times and situations. Respectful bow
Jai Hind 🇮🇳
a soldier is never off duty, so true! #WomenInArmy 🇮🇳— celestiallight (@dcemeterygirl) December 28, 2019
Salute Armed Forces. They are trained for any eventuality emergencies. This is what Gen Bipin RAWAT articulated. As Indian 99% are proud of bravery of Indian Armed Forces. From Baby care to border protection. A new slogan. Jai Jawan.— R. RAJAGOPALAN (@RAJAGOPALAN1951) December 28, 2019
How nice! Attagirl, ladies.— Kat Ithikkat (@Front_Gun) December 28, 2019
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