Nagpur: The cops of Venkatapur sub-police station of Aheri taluka in South Gadchiroli have turned out to be good samaritans for the disintegrated Sadmek family of remote Lankachen village after their belongings and house were completely gutted in a dangerous fire on Sunday. Along with this, the police have also collected about Rs 14,700 in cash and many household items among themselves for the survival of the family till they recover from the loss and shock.
Apart from the cash of about Rs 28,000, the poor family has also completely lost the grain of the crop in this dangerous fire in the same season, Due to which he has been deprived of his only source of income. The family’s bedding and clothes have also been burnt in this fire, which started with a lamp lit on the altar.
The police of Venkatapur sub-police station, along with their counterparts from the state reserve police, have come to the rescue of the Sadmek family, Whose members who earn money are the laborers who work in the fields and other places. And their documents, such as PAN, Aadhar card and many others were also damaged for government benefits.
Openly donated their old and new clothes
Police Sub-Inspector (PSI) Milind Kumbhar has contacted his own associate Police sub-inspector Sanjay Kuklare as well as his associates. And has also appealed to come forward to help the Sadmek family. Milind has said that the total donation that the police officer made from his salary was only Rs 14,700. He has also been encouraged by SDPO Amol Thakur to collect both goods and cash to support Sadmek.
The Police sub-inspector has also said that under the Gadchiroli Police Scheme of Dadlora Khidki of SP Ankit Goyal, they will ensure that their duplicate PAN, Aadhar card and such documents should be changed.
Milind has also said that the police have very openly donated their old and new clothes, other items of daily use including food and other items of ration, which he could leave. Milind has said that many women policemen like Ashwini Warangantiwar have also taken the initiative to collect clothes for Sadmek’s daughter-in-law and wife. Head constables Sunil Ghuge and Dharma Tore are also highly praised for collecting donations from their associates.