Police pat for super cop who adopted 50 kids got
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MUMBAI: Rehana Shaikh, 40, is fondly referred to as ‘Mother Teresa’ by her cop-husband Nasir. Not solely does she take care of their household of six, manages her job as police naik and lately handed the sub-inspector take a look at, Rehana has proven a uncommon humanity to assist these in want in the course of the pandemic.
If it began with adopting 50 poor kids in a college, it naturally expanded to serving to over 54 folks with plasma, hospital beds, blood and oxygen. Acknowledging her zeal for social work, police commissioner Hemant Nagrale on Tuesday felicitated her with a certificates of excellence.
“Last year, we were about to celebrate my daughter’s birthday, when I learnt about Dnyani Vidyalaya in Raigad’s Waje taluka. I spoke to the principal and he invited us. The kids mostly come from poor background. Some of them didn’t even have footwear. We used money saved for my daughter’s birthday and Eid shopping to help them,” stated Shaikh. She has promised to maintain their schooling until Class X.
In 2020 itself, Rehana bought a name from a constable who was struggling to get an injection for his mom. Shaikh dialled the police management room, the BMC management room and at last bought the contact variety of the place the place the injection was nonetheless accessible. “This encouraged me and I began helping people anyway I can. Many cops began calling me for blood, plasma and hospital beds. I also joined a blood donors’ WhatsApp group and whenever we get messages about blood requirement, we try to arrange via this group,” stated Rehana, who joined the police drive as a constable in 2000.
Rehana’s father Abdul Nabi Bagwan retired as subinspector from Mumbai police and she or he herself has to date labored on the native armed police, V P Road and Bhoiwada police stations, and safety and safety department. Little appears to faze her, however beneath all that beats a compassionate coronary heart.
Last month, Rehana was in hospital for her elder sister’s therapy; she had simply been identified with a lifethreatening illness. She acquired a name, with a request for blood. Rehana didn’t dither. “I helped arrange the blood. The same day, I also helped arrange plasma for a couple of others,” she stated.
A pat on the again shouldn’t be new for Rehana. She was once a volleyball participant and athlete and gained two gold medals and a silver whereas representing her drive in Sri Lanka in 2017.

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