Corona Heroes: Delhi Police makes masks for frontline fighters and those in need. Watch
“Thousands of masks are being prepared, sanitised and distributed to frontline corona warriors and needy persons,” says a caption on the video.Updated: Apr 27, 2020 16:28 IST
Police personnel across the country is going above and beyond the call of duty to serve its citizens. Among them is the Delhi Police. Posts and pictures shared earlier show how personnel in Najafgarh is cooking and distributing food for those who need it. Now, yet another video shared by Delhi Police shows policewomen sewing thousands of masks for frontline corona fighters and those in need.
“Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s appreciation of police work during Mann Ki Baat will definitely boost our morale. The Delhi Police is determined to maintain its motto of ‘Shanti, Seva, Nyaya’,” says the post shared by Delhi Police on April 26.
The tweet is accompanied by a video which shows several policewomen making masks on sewing machines. A caption on the video says, “Thousands of masks are being prepared, sanitised and distributed to frontline corona warriors and needy persons”.
प्रधानमंत्री श्री @narendramodi जी द्वारा #मन_की_बात कार्यक्रम में पुलिस के कार्यों की सराहना निश्चित रूप से हमारा मनोबल बढ़ाएगी।— #DilKiPolice Delhi Police (@DelhiPolice) April 26, 2020
'शांति, सेवा, न्याय' के अपने सूत्र वाक्य को अपना आदर्श बनाये रखने के लिए दिल्ली पुलिस संकल्पित है। #DilKiPolice#MannKiBaat @PMOIndia @HMOIndia pic.twitter.com/xQJU7XFyAp
Since being posted, the video has collected over 3,600 likes and more than 500 retweets and counting. Several people have posted comments about the video.
“It is very touching and we all are very grateful to the police for such good and hard work. You make us proud,” posted a Twitter user. “Very noble gesture,” wrote another. “Doing extraordinary work, especially serving the food to the needy,” commented a third. “Hats off! very nice job,” added a fourth.
Earlier, an image of two cops sleeping on the ground after serving long duty hours also went viral. It was shared by Deputy Inspector General of Police, Arunachal Pradesh, Madhur Verma on Twitter and won many praiseworthy comments from people on Twitter.