A video of a Railway Protection Force (RPF) personnel serving to a specially-abled man to board a prepare is gaining traction on social media.
The clip was posted on Twitter by Indian Administrative Services (IAS) officer Supriya Sahu on Friday. “Wonderful gesture by Mr Saravanan, SI, RPF. He carried a passenger with special needs and helped him to board a train at Virudhachalam station. We need more people like him,” she wrote within the caption.
Watch the video beneath:
Wonderful gesture by Mr. Saravanan, SI,RPF. He carried a passenger with particular wants and helped him to board a prepare at Virudhachalam station. We want extra folks like him. Video- by @RailMinIndiapic.twitter.com/mYSjRVfFdh
— Supriya Sahu IAS (@supriyasahuias) September 9, 2022
The video reveals RPF Sub-Inspector (SI) Saravanan carrying a specially-abled passenger so he may board the prepare in Tamil Nadu’s Virudhachalam station. The official carries the person all the way in which from the gate of the prepare to his beginning. An aged lady can be seen helping the RPF personnel.
Since being shared, the video has amassed over 36,000 views and greater than 2,000 likes. Internet customers appreciated the gesture of the RPF officer, nonetheless, additionally they demanded higher infrastructure from the Railways.
One person wrote, “We thank Police for his gesture and work is much appreciated. But there should be a ramp available so that the whole wheel chair unit can be taken inside.” Another mentioned, “Very good gesture indeed. But trains should also be upgraded to fulfil the requirements of the physically challenged. It’s tough even for so-called normal people especially the usage of toilets.”
A 3rd commented, “The gesture is indeed full of humanity but we need barrier-free transportation system more than people with gold hearts. What would be the need to put both into misery if we have ramps to board trains at each railway station of India?”
A fourth added, “Great job Mr. Saravanan. We must learn from him and help persons with special needs and old people in all the places, give them priority while in queue.”
Meanwhile, the Internet is filled with emotionally rewarding movies that present RPF personnel serving to passengers in want. Some time again the Indian Railways shared a video which confirmed an RPF officer saving the lifetime of an aged lady and her son on the Bankura railway station in West Bengal.