A 10-Year-Old Boy Suffering From A Kidney Ailment Became Jaipur Police Commissioner For A Day

Who said the police is insensitive?

Girish Sharma, a 10-year-old boy, saw his dream come true when he got an opportunity to become Jaipur police commissioner for a day on Thursday.

His wish was fulfilled by the Make-a-Wish Foundation and the Rajasthan police. The foundation grants a wish to young children suffering from critical illness.


The Times of India reports that Girish donned the commissioner’s uniform and received the guard of honour from police. He sat on chair of the police commissioner for some moments, and also signed some papers.


Girish is a son of food vendor who lives in Haryana. He suffers from a kidney ailment and has been under treatment at Jaipur hospital for the past one month.


Have a look at the joy of the young Girish.

The Jaipur police has indeed set a wonderful example of humanitarian gesture. We hope God makes Girish become a real police commissioner one day.

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