Some days ago, pregnant woman in Bengaluru walked 7 km on foot along with her husband as they were looking for a hospital or any clinic where she could deliver her baby. She eventually delivered the baby at a dentist clinic, as reported by news agency ANI.
The time of coronavirus lockdown is tougher for some more than others. Especially people with medical emergencies who cannot find any vehicle to even reach to the hospital to get the required help.
Recently, a woman in the national capital identified as Anupama received help from Delhi Police. She also tried to express her gratefulness with a great gesture.
Delhi Police constable by the name of Dayaveer Singh had reportedly helped Anupama reach the hospital in an emergency situation when she went into labour. She added that the cop came to check on her within just 5-10 minutes of asking for help. To express their gratitude her family named the newborn baby boy after the police constable.
“I have named my child Dayaveer,” she was quoted as saying by ANI.
Anupama’s father-in-law called the police seeking assistance and the cop took her to Hindu Rao Hospital. The family had waited for an ambulance but that reportedly did not come to the spot for two hours.
“They were trying to arrange an ambulance. When the ambulance did not arrive, they called our SHO. I was asked to rush to the woman’s aid,” ANI quoted the cop, Mr Dayaveer as saying.
Meanwhile, Ashok Vihar Police Station SHO Arti Sharma added: “Delhi Police is ready to provide all help to the people amid the lockdown,” while highlighting that Dayaveer left in an attempt to assist the woman as soon as the station received the call for assistance.