Cop Removed His Turban To Save Mother & Child From Getting Electrocuted At Jalandhar Temple
The Logical Indian Punjab
June 14th, 2016 / 3:32 PM
Source & Image: hindustantimes
Presence of mind and the courage of a cop came to the rescue of two people who were on the brink of losing their lives. A Jalandhar cop saved two lives from getting electrocuted at a temple. A mother and her son visited the Devi Talab temple where they came in contact with a live pole. What could have been an instant fatal accident was short cut by the quick think of sub-inspector Mohan Singh. Singh removed his turban – a sacred mark of his faith and millions of Sikhs and offered his headgear to the mother and son. Tragedy was averted, mother and son were rescued.
Singh is King again
The survivors thanked and extolled Mr. Singh’s bravery for saving their lives. Mr. Singh is part of the Crime Investigating Agency of India. The commissioner of Police had duly awarded him with cash and have also decided to recommend Singh for Bravery award. There have been in numerous instances of bravery in the battlefront from pre-independence to post independence. Be it the Battle of Yang-Tsun, the Battle of La Basse or the Battle of Kluang, courage of army personnel has always won our respects.
The Logical Indian salutes the bravery of Mr. Singh who put his life on the line for saving the mother and son duo. We are sure we all will be inspired a further to not hesitate to help others in distress even if it has to be risking our own lives.
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