Meet Hanumantharaya- head constable who donated month’s salary towards PMCARES fund

Amid the nationwide lockdown owing to the fast-spreading COVID-19 outbreak, homeless and daily wage workers, who migrate to big cities from their home towns in search of jobs, are combating hunger for survival. The pandemic has now created a panic situation across the nation.

With the situation in India had gone from bad to worse, celebrities, entrepreneurs, businessmen rose to the occasion by doing their best to help the nation fight the coronavirus pandemic.

The condition across the country is critical now. At the time of writing this article, there are 23,077 confirmed coronavirus cases in the country and 4,749 people recovered from the pandemic whereas the death toll across the nation currently stands at 718.

With governments across the entire world are struggling to fight the coronavirus pandemic, a number of high profile public figures stepped up to help the struggle against the viral outbreak.

One among the real heroes who rose to the occasion and contributed his bit in the ongoing COVID-19 was Hanumantharaya, who is the head constable of Sampangiramnagar Police Station.

The head constable set a great example as he donated a full month’s salary towards the PM CARES fund. The Youth salutes Hanumantharaya for giving a helping hand in this crisis.

Bengaluru City Police took to their official Twitter handle to post the news. The tweet comes along with the picture that says that the head constable donated his full month salary of Rs.38,607.

“Leading by example! Meet Hanumantharaya, the head constable of Sampangiramnagar Police Station, who donated a month’s salary towards the PMCARES fund. You make us proud!#ArrestCorona.”