COVID-19 warrior: Head constable joins duty after performing mother’s last rites in Odisha

Phulnakhara: At a time when Odisha govt is leaving no stone unturned to contain the Covid-19 pandemic, Sadar Police station head constable Ajay Kumar Das, a frontline warrior has set an example as he decided to resume duty after his mother’s funeral on Tuesday.

Ajay is a resident of Shankarisahi Sailo under Gobindpur police limits of Cuttack district and is working as a head constable at Sadar police station.

Among three brothers, Ajay’s younger brother had died some years ago and his elder brother is bed-ridden. Ajay used to visit his ailing mother, but due to lockdown he was unable to meet his mother.

His mother had been suffering for long from multiple ailments. Her health started to deteriorate and she died on Tuesday afternoon. Ajay was on duty when he got the sad news. He took the permission of his senior officer and rushed for the funeral.

He took one-day leave and performed his mother’s last rite and returned back to duty to deal with the coronavirus situation in Odisha.

DCP of Cuttack was all praises and complimented Ajay for immediately continuing his duty after his mother’s demise.

“During my review of lockdown enforcement found Const. Ajay Das Sadar PS continuing his duty with strong will power even having news about death of his mother amidst rituals only to save other lives gaining solid public acceptance”, tweeted Cuttack DCP Akhileshwar Singh.

His commitment towards his duty has received immense appreciation from everyone.

Similarly, a constable in Deogarh district also has set an example for others. Even after being advised rest due to spinal injury, she joined duty.

Constable Sanjukta Patra of Barkote Ps faced a major accident & was under treatment for spinal cord injury and fracture .She was discharged on 6.4.2020 & advised rest. But she insisted & resumed duty on 9.4.2020 at PS to help COVID-19 management . We salute her spirit

 

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