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While The Nation Condemns UP Police, This Tale Of A Crying Baby And A Cop Will Warm Your Heart

Updated on 5 February, 2019 at 3:11 pm By

Useless, tyrant, or oppressor, these are some among the many adjectives that we often use for our police force. Taking a look at the recent headlines, the UP police fiasco certainly reinforces our faith in these adjectives. However, there is no denying the fact that there are two sides of a coin. When there is one side that is seen as a tyrant, there is also the other side which talks about the human face of a cop. Yes, this is a story of humanity!


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District Police Chief of Mahbubnagar, Rema Rajeswari recently tweeted an image that touched our hearts.  But, before digging deeper into the details, let’s take a look at the image:

 

 

What do you see? A policeman taking care of a baby! If you are wondering what is so special about this image, then let us give you a peek at the background story. The person in the image is Mujeeb-ur-Rehman of Moosapet Police Station, Telangana. He is a head constable who was on guard duty during the SCTPC exam.

He is seen holding an infant and also trying to console the crying baby. Now, the baby is not his own but of a mother who was inside the hall giving the examination.

 


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In his own words, the lady who came for the examination left the baby outside with her sister-in-law. Mujeeb-ur-Rehman stated:

‘I usually see people dropping their spouses or kin at the venue and returning. But this time, the woman candidate appeared at the centre with a four-month-old baby boy, along with her sister-in-law. Since we do not allow any accomplice to stay within the premises of the exam hall, we made them wait outside the school.’

 

 

However, being very young the sister-in-law was not properly able to manage the baby who started crying.

‘It was a three-hour long exam. The baby was quiet and played on the girl’s lap for about an hour. But as time passed, the baby started squirming. The woman’s sister-in-law, who would be barely 15 or 16 years old, kept cradling the baby, but to no avail. It was hungry, crying inconsolably and writhing in her lap. The girl clearly had no idea how to manage the toddler.’

 

 

With rising agitation of the baby, the head constable couldn’t keep quiet anymore. Then he decided to take charge of the matter.

‘I could not bear to see a child crying in front of my eyes. Also, there were no other women police constables or accomplices who could manage the baby. So, I didn’t think twice and took the toddler into my hands.’

 

Well, the baby rested in his arms before drifting off into a slumber. Later upon inquiry, it was revealed that due to their poverty the mother was forced to bring such a small baby to exam hall as there was no one else to take care of the little one. Not only us but netizens are also touched by this wonderful gesture. Here’s what they said:

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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With stories of police atrocities making it to headlines, this is a story that certainly warms our hearts. It is a story that certainly shows the human face of a cop. It also reestablishes the fact that being a good human is a choice and every one of us should make that!

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