The police officer rescued 76 children in two and a half months was widely discussed and promoted

A woman police officer has been rumored on social media. An out-turn promotion has been given to a female head constable posted at Samaipur Badli Police Post in Delhi, India. Head Constable Seema Dhaka has managed to rescue 76 children in two and a half months. Of these, 56 are under 14 years of age.

Delhi Police Commissioner NN Srivastava has announced an out-turn promotion to Seema Dhaka. He has been promoted under the incentive scheme. She became the first Delhi Police officer to be promoted under the scheme. Most of the girls are brought from Nepal. According to the Delhi Police, many of them were returned to Nepal after completing the process.

According to Seema, one of the most challenging incidents for her was the release of a minor from West Bengal in October this year. The police team traveled by boat and had to cross two rivers to meet the child during the flood.

‘Children from Delhi, West Bengal, UP, Bihar, Haryana and Punjab have been rescued,’ she said. I have been working on such issues for months. I am a mother and no one wants to lose her child. ‘She is said to have worked 14 to 24 hours to save the children.

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