Katrina Kaif shared this Humans of Bombay's story about a lady cop. Her story is a must-read

Actress Katrina Kaif reposted this lady cop's story and it is worth a read.

Katrina Kaif’s Instagram feed is a delight just like she is. The actress who made her much-anticipated Instagram debut last month has already made so many headlines for her goofy candid Instagram pictures, behind the screen shots, and her picture with Salman Khan on the sets of Tiger Zinda Hai. Just recently, the she reposted Humans of Bombay’s  story about a lady constable.

In the inspiring story, the lady cop talks about the current perception of Indians about the Police force. She goes on to describe at length, even by giving her example, that how Police is always there to help and surely, one must not generalise the whole profession as “corrupt” or “lazy”. She even asks people to show trust in the Indian police force and believe.

#Repost @officialhumansofbombay ・・・ “I grew up watching my brothers and uncles working in the police force. When the time came to pick a profession, I chose to be a police constable myself because I wanted to be able to protect myself and others without being dependent on anyone. Today however, I feel like because of a few incidents, we’re misunderstood on the whole. Everyone thinks we’re lazy, corrupt and that if they dial an emergency number it’s useless — but let me tell you that I’ve attended to those emergency calls myself. I drive this van during the night slot, and if any woman in the locality I’ve been assigned calls 103, I will be there within a few minutes. Next time, trust in us and dial any emergency number…we won’t let you down.”

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“I grew up watching my brothers and uncles working in the police force. When the time came to pick a profession, I chose to be a police constable myself because I wanted to be able to protect myself and others without being dependent on anyone. Today however, I feel like because of a few incidents, we’re misunderstood on the whole. Everyone thinks we’re lazy, corrupt and that if they dial an emergency number it’s useless — but let me tell you that I’ve attended to those emergency calls myself. I drive this van during the night slot, and if any woman in the locality I’ve been assigned calls 103, I will be there within a few minutes. Next time, trust in us and dial any emergency number…we won’t let you down.”

Ever since the Katrina reposted the story, it has gone massively viral. It has amassed 1.8 lakh likes and varied reactions.

“Much respect for all defence forces throughout the world and for you as well. I haven’t seen any celebrity like u honestly, and I’m so glad ur on social media platforms now, we get more insight of ur thoughts and fall more in love with u!” said an Instagram user.

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