There are many such policemen, who go out of the bounds of their duty and help people. There is one such sub-inspector in Mumbai Police, who has set a wonderful example of humanity. 40-year-old Rehana Shaikh, besides taking the burden of education of 50 poor children, also provided plasma, oxygen, blood and hospital assistance to 54 people.
Rehana set an example of humanity, the commissioner honored
Rehana Shaikh, who set an example of humanity and conscientiousness, was felicitated by Mumbai Police Commissioner Hemant Nagrale. In order to discharge the social responsibility along with the duty of the police, the commissioner called Rehana to his office and gave a certificate.
The savings of Eid and daughter’s birthday were spent on children
Rehana promised to bear the cost of education for the children of Raigad till class 10th. He said, ‘Last year I came to know about the school in Raigad. On reaching there after talking to the principal, he saw that most of the children are from poor families, who did not even have slippers to wear. I had made some savings for my daughter’s birthday and Eid shopping, which I spent for the children.
Plasma, blood, beds… continued to help patients
Rehana, who joined the police force as a constable in the year 2000, said that last year she tried for an injection for the mother of a constable. After that I got encouragement and helped more and more people. From the police department itself, many people requested for blood, plasma and beds in hospitals. We tried with the help of other groups from WhatsApp.
Rehana Sheikh is also an athlete, husband says ‘Mother Teresa’
Rehana’s father Abdul Nabi Bagwan has retired from the Mumbai Police as a sub-inspector. The husband is also in the police and fondly calls Rehana ‘Mother Teresa’. Rehana Sheikh has been an athlete and volleyball player. Representing his force in Sri Lanka in 2017, he won two gold and one silver medal.