Head constable to be awarded PM`s police medal
Chandigarh: A head constable of Haryana
Police will be presented with the Prime Minister`s Medal for
Life Saving for the year 2011 for his heroic act in rescuing a
man who had fallen into a canal.
Satyawan has been chosen for the prestigious award for
rescuing the man, who along with his vehicle had plunged into
a canal from a bridge in Yamunanagar in 2009, an official
release said on Wednesday.
The head constable, who is posted as a PCR vehicle driver,
is among 18 other police personnel in the country upon whom
the prestigious award would be conferred.
The award will be presented to them at the closing
ceremony of the 55th All India Police Duty Meet at Nashik city
from February 18 to 25, the release said.
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