Srinagar, Sep 24 (ANI): In a real gesture of humane approach, a police constable saved the life of a lady in Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla District by donating blood, as there was little hope of arranging the rare blood group in view of the curfew imposed in the area.
Constable Mohammad Aleem No.664 of IRP-14-Bn. saved the life of a lady at Sub District Hospital Baramulla here.
It has been reported that one Hajira wife of Abdul Rashid Chopan resident of Waripora, Rafiabad, Sopore, was brought in a serious condition to Sub District Hospital Baramulla, following some acute gynecological complications.
Doctors attending the lady at the hospital had advised her for immediate blood transfusion to save her life.
Constable Mohammad Aleem, who was performing his duties at the same place, had the same blood group, and he volunteered himself by donating two pints of blood. The life of the lady was thus saved.
Senior police officials later rewarded the constable for showing his humane sprit. (ANI)