Bengaluru Police Awards the Traffic Cop After His Inspiring Story Got Widely Shared on Social Media

Kumar Vishal

July 9th, 2015 / 6:35 PM

Dear Members,

Recently, we posted an inspiring ‪‎MyStory by Sanjukta Sarkar about a traffic police in Bengaluru who not only does an excellent job in managing a busy U-turn but was also seen physically removing some extra cement from the road to ensure uninterrupted traffic flow.

After the story was widely shared on social media, Bengaluru Traffic Police authorities decided to honour the honesty and diligence of the aforementioned cop, K. Satyanarayana of White Field Traffic. In recognition of his good work, Additional Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Sri M.A. Saleem, IPS has congratulated him and awarded a cash award of Rs. 2000.

We are glad and strongly appreciate the move by the Bengaluru Traffic Police authorities. Such acts of appreciation and recognition of hard work keeps the spirit of honesty, diligence and integrity alive.

We thank to our community members for widely sharing the goodness and spreading the word. Please keep sending us your stories and we will share it with the world.

Cheers! #EffortsForGood


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