“Kindness is universal. Sometimes being kind allows others to see the goodness in humanity through you. Always be kinder than necessary.” ― Germany Kent
“Rema how true! We have many human faces amongst we the police but just fail to appreciate them because it’s become a given to see them providing succor when it’s most needed. It’s time we give them recognition!! Proud of you to be recognizing this as the leader!!” said another user.
We have often criticized Police force for no. of reasons, but this tweet on social media is capturing more eyes of the people. The photo struck a chord with Twitter, with the post raking in 4,700 retweets and 21,000 likes. Many have shared their experiences that break the stereotypes surrounding the police.
The Telangana District Police Chief, Rema Rajeshwari tweet has been getting a lot of applauds on social media. The tweet is about the Head Constable Officer Mujeeb-ur-Rehman of Moosaper PS, who was on duty for conducting SCTPC exam in Boys Junior College, Mahabubnagar. He was trying to clam a crying baby whose mother was giving the exam inside. Rahman, 48-years-old himself is a father of two children. Rahman’ son is studying medicine in Chain and his daughter will finish school next year.
The written examination was for the post of police constable was being held at the Boys Junior College, Mahabubnagar. The woman came for the examination along with her four-month-old child and was from an underprivileged background. On asking Rahman said, “She brought the baby to the center, and a 14-year-old girl was made in-charge. Latterly, when baby kept crying he took the charge of the baby. Rahman made sure that the child was taken care of, without causing trouble to the mother, who was writing the paper.
“We are here to serve the public. We are here because of the public. Nothing is more important to me” said Rahman.
People are supporting Rahman’s action on social media, one user comment says, “Good to see the positive side of police being shown. It is very much necessary to change the perception of people. Great initiative Madam. Hope it goes Pan India.”