Our Army Jawans hit the headlines for all the right reasons. In yet another humanitarian effort, our army jawans deftly carried a pregnant woman on a stretcher to a hospital that is located five kilometres away from her village in Chhattisgarh.
In a village, it’s not that easy for a person to go to a hospital in case of an emergency situation. How often have we seen pregnant ladies losing their lives after failing to reach the hospital on time? Credits to the 41st Battalion of the Indo-Tibetian Border Police.
Efforts like these make us salute you. Your actions speak huge volumes and we shall forever be indebted to you for the services you carry out for the nation.
Heavy downpour and waterlogging affected normal life in the village and due to this reason, the ambulance couldn’t reach the 30-year-old Sahdai’s residence. It was the time when the jawans came to the rescue at the right time.
As per the reports, ITBP Post Commander AC Laxmikani and his men carried the patient on a stretcher for around five kilometres, after which an ambulance was called. She was then admitted to a Primary Health Centre (PHC) in Mardapal with immediate effect.
ITBP’s Twitter handle received immense praises online as they restored faith in humanity. Many have adviced the government to offer better infrastructure in remote areas.
“Another humanitarian effort by ITBP. A pregnant women Smt Sahdai of Hadeli village with labour pain evacuated on stretcher by 41 Battalion in Distt Kondagaon in Chhattisgarh. Hadeli and Ranapal COBs jointly carried the lady on a stretcher for 5 KMs to take her to PHC Mardapal,” the caption read.