Barefoot Cop Continues Doing His Duty In Heavy Rain- A massive salute to him

Traffic Police officers are one of the major reasons why people are free from danger while carrying on a road trip in India. They are people’s friend when the rules are being obeyed. It is not so easy to do this stressful job because traffic policemen stand under the scorching sun to help people follow the traffic rules. To be able to do the work even during holidays, weekends and under extreme weather conditions makes them a class apart.

Their main purpose is to ensure people’s safety and a free flow of traffic to prevent the number of road crashes and thus saving lives as well. Spending most of their time outdoors is something that traffic policemen are used to. Also, they have to be pretty much focused on their work as well because it demands longer concentration.

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For some people, duty and responsibility come ahead of anything else. We hardly see people turning up for their duties especially during a stormy rainy season. Meet the dedicated Haryana Cop Rakesh Kumar. He was highly praised for his sincerity. He inspired many people when he was performing his duty barefoot white it was raining heavily.

We don’t like police for some of them are corrupt and they don’t do their duty properly or maybe they treat people badly. Rakesh Kumar turned up even in such a bad weather without shoes, raincoat, umbrella so that we people can drive smoothly on our Roads. A massive salute to Rakesh Kumar. Kindly share Rakesh’s story so that every person will come to know that he is doing his duty sincerely without basic amenities.

The Youth salutes a traffic policeman for his sincerity and this society needs more cops like you!

Written by Chaithanya G

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

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