In an exemplary display of bravery. Two RPF jawans saved the life of a man who slipped while trying to board a train. The incident, which was capture on camera, took place at the Kalyan station in Maharashtra at around 8.30 pm Friday.
The 76-year-old man identify as one Mansoor Ahmed can be see trying to board the Punjab mail at platform number 4. As the train move ahead, Mansoor Ahmed is at risk of slipping in the gap between the platform and the train.
However, Railway Protection Force (RPF) jawans SC Yadav and Jitendra Gujar spotted Mansoor and ran to his rescue. The brave RPF jawans were able to get a hold of Mansoor just in time and pull him to safety.
This is not the first time prompt action by RPF jawans or police personnel saved an innocent life. Similar instances are frequently get report from across the country, particularly from Maharashtra.
Earlier this month. A young man was save by Mumbai Police constable Yogesh Hiremath. Who came to his rescue after he slipp while boarding a train at Dahisar station. And almost fall in the gap between the train and the platform.
Similarly, a 23-year-old woman’s life was save when RPF constable Shyam Surat jump on the tracks at Sandhurst Road station in Mumbai and pull her to safety earlier this month.