Bhubaneswar: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, on Monday, took to social media to appreciate Havildar Gyanenu Kumar Mallik of Traffic P.S. Cuttack for having helped a differently-abled man at Bali Jatra in Cuttack last month.
Compassion in duty and right attitude make all the difference in public service. Appreciate Havildar Gyanendu Kumar Mallik of Traffic P.S. Cuttack for showing sensitivity, dutifulness to assist the differently abled https://t.co/wZ9QYKzucD
— Naveen Patnaik (@Naveen_Odisha) December 11, 2018
He wrote,”Compassion in duty and right attitude make all the difference in public service. Appreciate Havildar Gyanendu Kumar Mallik of Traffic P.S. Cuttack for showing sensitivity dutifulness to assist the differently abled.”
The video of Gyanendu was first shared by Commissionerate Police Bhubaneswar Cuttack, on Twitter on November 29. He was described as ‘a role model’.
— COMMISSIONERATE POLICE (@cpbbsrctc) November 29, 2018
On December 2, he was felicitated along with Rajalaxmi Baliarsing of Bhubaneswar UPD for her “empathy and sensitive attitude towards differently-abled persons on the public road.”
CP @satyajitips88 felicitated Traffic Hav. Gyanendu Mallick of Cuttack UPD & Traffic Const. Rajalaxmi Baliarsing of Bhubaneshwar UPD for their empathy & sensitive attitude towards differently abled persons on the public road.
— COMMISSIONERATE POLICE (@cpbbsrctc) December 1, 2018
Commissionerate Police also tweeted an hour ago about Havildar Suresh Nayak and Sepoy Pitamber Jani for their “empathy and compassion beyond the call of duty.” They shared a video of the two holding an almost unconscious man appearing sick.
Proud of Hav Suresh Nayak and Sepoy Pitamber Jani for your empathy and compassion beyond the call of duty. Your sensitivity & dutifulness at the #HWC2018 #Odisha2018 make you role models. @Odisha_police @dcpbbsr @DCP_CUTTACK pic.twitter.com/H48J5U7GPM
— COMMISSIONERATE POLICE (@cpbbsrctc) December 11, 2018
Prior to this, the CM had also applauded BDO Tarani Suna, who set an example by carrying the body of an old man on his shoulders for cremation after residents of Banjipali in Balangir district refused to conduct the last rites fearing social ostracism. He also congratulated Bargarh SP Mukesh Bhamoo who helped two accident victims by letting them be driven to the hospital in his vehicle.
An empathetic attitude and dedication towards duty makes all the difference. Appreciate exemplary acts of humanity by Bargarh SP Mukesh Bhamoo & Khaprakhol BDO Tarani Suna. SP sends accident victims in his car & takes a lift to office & BDO carried body of destitute for cremation pic.twitter.com/vEK3Clg8Hx
— Naveen Patnaik (@Naveen_Odisha) December 5, 2018