People Are All Praises For ITBP Jawans As They Carried An Expecting Mother For 5 Km

The 41st Battalion of the Indo-Tibetian Border Police has restored faith in humanity. ITBP Jawans did a wonderful thing by carrying a pregnant woman on a stretcher to a hospital that was five kilometres away from her village in Chhattisgarh.

Heavy rains and waterlogging were blocking the ambulance from reaching the 30-year-old Sahdai's residence. That's when the jawans came for the lady's rescue. According to reports, ITBP Post Commander AC Laxmikani and his men carried her on a stretcher for five kilometres, after which an ambulance was called.

She was immediately admitted to a Primary Health Centre (PHC) in Mardapal. ITBP’s Twitter handle has been at the receiving praises online and many have urged the government to provide better infrastructure in the remote areas.

People have twitted about the same. Have a look at the reactions below:





Jawans have always helped the local people no matter what. However, people oversee all these things and forget what they mean to the country.

People should praise them more often and realise the efforts they put in.

by Admin | Thu, Aug 16 - 04:52 PM

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