These young UP trainee cops are winning hearts with their noble gesture, know why

The kind gesture found a lot of praise on twitter with the tweet getting over 150 retweets and 350 likes

While we never miss a chance to take a dig at our police force for a range of issues from corruption to apathy or even red-tapism , we should also acknowledge the good work done by them. A group of young constables at Moradabad’s Dr BR Ambedkar Police Academy has set an example for not only their colleagues but for entire humanity in how even a small gesture can impact the lives of the needy ones.

Rahul Srivastav, the Public Relations Officer to the Director General of Police, Uttar Pradesh on Friday tweeted how a hawker’s bicycle was stolen and then added how these young recruits came to his the elderly man a new bicycle. The tweet was embedded with a series of pictures showing the young cops taking selfies with the delighted hawker.

The kind gesture found a lot of praise on twitter with the tweet getting over 150 retweets and 350 likes. Twitteratis lauded the efforts of the young cops. “What a gesture, what a beginning of new career for recruit constable, hope a new breed. They deserve our (public) salute,” comments Yogesh Rathore. “Great to see new recruits with golden heart, soon Indian society will be gifted by these great cops on ground to serve them,” writes Depender Rathore.  “Compassion at its best..salute to the recruit and his selfless endeavour,” writes another person on Twitter.

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