It’s a story that is sure to warm anyone’s heart. A street hawker from Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh was left devastated when his bicycle was stolen. Even while efforts were made to find it, it couldn’t be located.
And then, trainee cops from Dr B R Ambedkar Police Academy found out about it and decided to help him out.
They all got together and raised money to buy him a brand new bicycle. The group even got together for a little celebration, and of course, some joyful selfies.
The pictures were tweeted out by Rahul Srivastav, the public relations officer for the director general of police in UP and the pictures quickly went viral with hundreds of retweets.
— RAHUL SRIVASTAV (@upcoprahul) March 31, 2017
People took to the social media platform to commend the generous gesture by the men who would one day become cops.
@upcoprahul @Uppolice @IPS_Association @rama_rajeswari @sidharthnsingh @ptshrikant @sunetrac @DCP_DelhiPolice @richaanirudh @TelanganaDGP @mukteshchander @BBCVikas Well Done,Great to see new recruits with golden heart, soon Indian society will be gifted by these great cops on ground to serve them proud.
— Tarun Sharma (@tarun10sharma) March 31, 2017
@upcoprahul @Uppolice @IPS_Association @rama_rajeswari @sidharthnsingh @ptshrikant @sunetrac @DCP_DelhiPolice @richaanirudh @TelanganaDGP @mukteshchander @BBCVikas Compassion at its best..salute to the recruit and his selfless endeavour
— ANURAG (@anuraganthro1) March 31, 2017
— laxman singh (@Laxmantweetsss) April 1, 2017
— Shereen Pathak (@shivanginipatha) March 31, 2017