Gujarat Cop Walks 1.5 Km In Waist-Deep Flood Water, Carries Two Kids To Safety


Comicbook superheroes have various powers like super speed, teleportation and super strength but real people do not. That doesn’t mean that they’re incapable of going above and beyond to help those in need though. Because when someone is determined to serve, no distance is too great and no task is too difficult.

For instance, a police officer in MP covered a distance of 1.5 km while carrying an injured man on his shoulders because the ambulance couldn’t reach the accident spot. In a remote area, CRPF Jawans also carried an injured boy on a cot for 5 km so that he could get proper medical assistance.

The Chief Minister of Gujarat, Mr. Vijay Rupani shared the bravery of police constable Pruthvirajsinh Jadeja who saved two children in Kalyanpar village of Morbi district. He carried them on his shoulders for 1.5 km in waist-deep floodwater.


The post has received over 10,000 retweets and 48,000 likes till date. It has left netizens teary-eyed to see his dedication and commitment. They are suggesting that he be promoted for his selfless act.

People are calling him a superhero wearing khaki instead of a cape.


Thank you, Mr. Jadeja, for showing us that there are many cops in the country who put their duty before themselves.

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