[Watch] Serving As A Traffic Cop At Rs 6600 Monthly Salary Since Last 19 Years

The Logical Indian

August 27th, 2015 / 5:29 PM

Source : Amazing Bhubaneswar 

 

Working for the past 19 years as a home-guard right in the middle of a busy intersection, Benudhar Sahu has become the centre of attraction, quite literally! His liveliness is unmatched, his antics for a traffic cop—unparalleled! He’s fondly referred to as the Billy Bowden of the traffic pitch, because just like the umpire, his swift arm movements and non-stop whistling can bring even the busiest traffic line to a complete standstill!

He is the most popular traffic cop of the city, handling the busiest intersection with his almost ninja-like hand gestures—and he does that 365 days of the year without any hint of complain. With a salary of Rs. 6,600 per month and a family of 6 people, including two daughters and a son, he definitely struggles to makes his ends meet.


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