Nagaland

Son seeks help to save father: Jalukie Police win hearts with their response

(Jalukie Police Station, OC and personnels handing over the medicine to Alongo Debnath)

Dimapur, March 27 (NE): A timely intervention of Jalukie Police Station OC and personnels on Thursday, March 26, 2020 had once again reminded all that ‘Humanity is still alive’ even in the midst of a battle with an unseen deadly enemy – Covid-19.

The update was shared in the official social media pages of ‘Nagaland Police’ which said that the Police personnels along with OC helped procuring medicines on time for a sick father on Thursday. But it all started on Social media, when a person named Arun Debnath posted for help in a certain social media page on March Twenty Four night, that his father, Alongo Debnath, residing at Kedime colony, Jalukie town, needs urgent medication.

As per report, a lengthy communication started among netizens as Arun Debnath is currently posted with Indian Railways at Assam and he cannot come back for his family due to duty calls, also due to lock-down and transportation, there was no options for them.

At a time when people are discussing, ‘It’s not Coronavirus, but fake news and rumours in social media will do major damage to our people’, stories like this really encourages and win the hearts. A classic coordination of netizens and officials through social media to meet the emergency medicine need of an elderly person was trending.

It was said that there were officials in the said social media group and things were taken up as fast as they can. Finally, the father received the medicine at Jalukie, Peren, which was delivered by Jalukie Police.

Here is an excerpt from Nagaland Police:

“During the ongoing lockdown where public transport has been restricted, the Jalukie Police Station OC and personnels extended their assistance to Alongo Debnath, a heart patient and resident of Kedime colony, Jalukie town, who required medication for his heart problem by going to Dimapur and procuring his medicine which was subsequently handed over to the patient on March 26, 2020.” – unquote.

Later, Arun Debnath thanked all the people for their kindness and Nagaland Police for making it possible even in the midst of a crisis.

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