Hyderabad Police Inspector safely took injured child to Hospital, Plus Pays For Treatment too

There are two facts about heroes that have never been in doubt. One acts in movies to entertain the audience to earn fame and reputation for the knack of acting skills whereas the other takes risks to save people in real-life scenarios, say Indian soldiers or common men.

The hero is someone who can give real-time protection to all citizens by all means. The hero doesn’t necessarily have to be connecting to high authority. It can be anyone, say a common man. The sad reality in today’s world is the fact that people admire film heroes as much as they admire gods.

M Mahesh inspector of Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) police station. (Credits: Telangana Today)

We have come across many rescue acts in an emergency situation. In yet another heroic rescue act, this time, a police officer stepped up in the big picture and saved a six-year-old boy from losing his leg following an accident. He is known for helping people for years, but this incident is different. He saved the boy and announced to bear all expenses for the child’s treatment. This goes to show that humanity still exists in this world.

The Story:

The unexpected incident happened during the day when the six-year-old kid Sai Kumar, one of the local residents of Puranapul in Hyderabad, was crossing the road along with his parents – Chandraiah and Maheswari – near Budwel Railway Station. Unfortunately, a speeding car knocked the little boy down and without stopping, he fled the scene.

Sai Kumar picked up serious  injuries in the accident, with one of his legs being severely injured. People were in huff and puff and paid no heed to the boy. Inspector M Mahesh who is in charge of the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) police station passed by. He never misses any chance to help people. He again did the same.

After coming to know what really had happened to the injured boy, the cop got down from his car and immediately got into the grand scheme of things as he took out a towel from his vehicle, only to tie to the injured leg and carried him to the vehicle before rushing him to a local private hospital in Shamshabad.

Having rescued the child at the right time means only fifty percent of the job accomplished. After coming to know that Sai Kumar’s parents were economically poor to meet the expenses of hospital fee, the cop once again got into the act as he told the doctors to begin the treatment considering the fact that he would bear all the expenses for child’s treatment.

On coming to know about the heroic act, the senior officials of the police department felicitated Mahesh, a 2004 batch Inspector for doing such a remarkable job. The boy’s mother was running short of words to thank the ‘Superhero’ for assisting them in getting timely treatment to her son. The latest update confirmed that the boy was The boy, last heard, was getting back to normal

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.