Hyderabad, March 31 (Press media of india-Najaf Ali Shoukat): Cyberabad Police Commissioner goes beyond a call of his duty and lauds the family of ASI Mahipal Reddy for donating his organs and saving the lives of eight people with those organs.
Minister for Education Sabhita Indra Reddy visited the bereaved family and paid her respect to the officer. Her son Karthik Reddy also paid his respect.
Sajjanar Commissioner of Police Cyberabad today visited the family of ASI Mahipal Reddy at Kismatpur Village, Bandlaguda Jagir of Ranga Reddy District. He visited along with other senior police officers of Cyberabad and Jeevandan Incharge Dr G. Swarnalatha.
He was accompanied by DCP Shamshabad N Prakash Reddy, Cyberabad DCP Traffic SM Vijay Kumar, DCP Madhapur Venkateshwarlu, Rajendranagar ACP R Sanjay Kumar, ACP Kukatpally Surender Rao, Rajendranagar Inspector Kanakiah, KPHB Inspector Laxminarayana and others.
VC Sajjanar and his other colleagues lent their shoulders for carrying the body of a deceased colleague to the crematorium. While doing so they shared the grief with the family of the colleague who lost his life while on duty serving society. These officers led the procession, carrying the corpse on their shoulder and other colleagues followed them.
It was not just a mark of showing respect for the colleague who is no more but also reaching out to the deceased family in their hour of grief. It is an irreparable loss to the family. But it gives them a feeling that the entire police force was behind them, especially a commissioner level officer carrying the corpse.
The officer was given full police respect. Police gave a customary salute to the departed colleague with a police band and full honour bestowed on him.
- Mahipal Reddy, a 1989 batch Police officer, KPHB PS’s eight organs were donated yesterday at KIMS Hospital.
While on duty at the scene of the crime of an accident caused by a drunk car driver at Kolan Raghava Reddy gardens, Nizampet under KPHB PS limits, on the night of 27the March, the ASI, who was standing roadside was hit by a Uber cab driver who was driving recklessly at high speed resulting in severe injuries to the officer. He was immediately admitted to the hospital but could not be saved. Due to severe injuries to the head, he battled for life for three days and breathed last in the hospital yesterday.
Mahipal Reddy was declared brain dead by the hospital on March 30th. His family members were magnanimous enough even in the grief struck times, thought of humanity and came forward and donated his organs and saved the lives of many people who are suffering from various organ diseases. (PMI)