I Noticed A Woman Delivering A Baby By Roadside Without Any Attendants

The Logical Indian

November 20th, 2015

Source: Bengaluru Traffic Police

“Sri Gopalakrishna, PSI of Baytarayanapura Traffic, while on duty managing heavy traffic near Gali Anjaneya Junction on Mysore road. I noticed a woman delivering a baby by roadside without any attendants @ 9.15 hours on 19/11/15.

He attended to her immediately with the help of staff & public, immediately arranged for an ambulance. The said lady is identified as Smt Selvi w/o late Raju, 23 yrs, a native of Kallukurchi, Tamilnadu.

Both mother & girl baby are safe & healthy in Vani Vilas hospital now. We Bengaluru Traffic Police wholeheartedly appreciate the good work done by you.”

The Logical Indian Community thanks and applauds Sri Goplankrishna for thinking on his feet and saving two lives. You are a true hero!

Share your thoughts..

Related Stories

Good Samaritan

No Good Samaritans To Help, Two Traffic Officers Saved A Bengaluru Woman After She Met With An Accident

Rescue Newborn Girl

Bengaluru: Two Women Rescue A Newborn Girl Left On Pavement While Others Clicked Photos

Bengaluru Traffic Woes Are Caused Mainly Because Of Bad Engineering, Says Brazilian Traffic Expert

A Woman Gave Birth To A Baby Girl On An Aeroplane, She Gets Free Travel For A Lifetime As A Gift From The Airline

Three Transgenders Help Woman To Deliver Baby Inside A Running Train

He Lost His Legs To Polio But That Didn’t Stop This Bengaluru Youth To Become A Traffic Police Warden

Latest on The Logical Indian

News

Citing Justice Loya Death, CBI To Oppose PIL Against Amit Shah’s Discharge In Sohrabuddin Encounter Case

Environment

India Ranks Third Last In This Year’s Green Ranking

Get Inspired

Meet India’s First Woman Coolie Who Works With 45 Other Men In Katni Railway Station

News

Odisha: Alleged Gang Rape Victim Commits Suicide Over Delay In Investigation

Get Inspired

One Of India’s Most Vocal Transgender Rights Activist, Akkai, Makes Her Marriage Official

Fact Check

India Today Uses 2-Year-Old YouTube Video To Report Pakistani Mortar Fire