Mumbai traffic cop helps specially-abled people cross busy road; netizens lauds his gesture
A viral video shows Mumbai traffic officers stopping traffic while escorting specially-abled people in wheelchairs. The heartwarming video goes viral, winning hearts across social media.
The Mumbai Police's social media account is known for sharing trendy memes and inspirational and informative videos to motivate people and spread awareness about road safety and other laws. While numerous other police departments in India have begun posting memes and trending references to reach out to the younger generation, the Mumbai Police department stays at the top of the list. Recently, a Mumbai traffic cop has won netizens' hearts by helping people who use wheelchairs to cross a busy road.
Joel Franklin Sunderraj captured the clip, which went viral on social media. Praising the cop's actions, Joel Franklin Sunderraj mentioned that he was fortunate enough to watch the kind gesture in the caption.
At the same time, Mumbai Police's official Instagram account reposted the video. They also assured that one of the officers was always there in the city to help Mumbaikars.
A viral video shows Mumbai traffic officers stopping traffic while escorting specially-abled people in wheelchairs. Not just that, the officer ensures all the men are in a line before allowing the traffic to pass.
After being shared online, the video accumulated over 76000 views and over 8200 likes. The viral video evoked social media users' emotions. Netizens lauded the policeman for the kind gesture. A user wrote, "World exist still because of humanity." Another person commented, "Good job, but sad to see they must travel by road. I get scared even to cycle."
There is no shortage of heartwarming videos on the Internet. Also, this is not the first time Mumbai Police has helped the specially-abled people. In one such incident, Mumbai Police helped a specially-abled man cross a road last year. The policeman held the hand of the man and assisted him in crossing the busy junction at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) road.