My Story: With Punctured Tyre And No Help At 1:30 AM In The Night, Two Delhi Cops Helped Us

The Logical Indian Delhi

February 4th, 2017 / 1:04 AM

We often hear about incidences of police not helping common public, but this post of Priyanka Kamboj on her timeline give us hope that all is not bad with police system and there are good people out there who are ready to help us.

”I was stuck on road at 1.30 am – tried calling various car services but instead of helping they asked for double/triple the amount. I was still willing to pay but then I saw this PCR stopping by, asking us what was wrong and they specially stopped and helped us changing the tyre.



Thank you so much ASI Om Prakash & ASI Daya Kishan – Police Station -Pul Prahalad Pur. Not only they helped us change the Tyre but made sure we reached home safely. Rebuilding faith in humanity! #DelhiPolice #ThankYou Delhi Police.”


 


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