Faridabad cops save woman from jumping off metro station, wins internet

Netizens are praising Faridabad Police for saving a Delhi woman who tried to jump off a metro station balcony

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Netizens are praising Faridabad Police for saving a Delhi woman who tried to jump off a metro station balcony. The police officials convinced the woman to not take such a drastic measure and rescued her from the edges. The incident took place on July 24 at around 6:30 pm at Faridabad's Sector-28 metro station.

Sub-Inspector Dhan Prakash and constable Sarfaraz, who were posted at the police station at the time, reached the spot promptly. Assessing the situation, Dhan Prakash, along with the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel and metro staff, tried to occupy the woman's attention and kept talking to her. Meanwhile, constable Sarfaraz climbed the balcony from the other side and came closer to the woman to prevent her from jumping.

The Faridabad Police shared a video of the incident and praised the officials for risking their well-being to save a life.

Meanwhile, netizens reacted positively to the Faridabad Police's effort in rescuing the young woman. They praised the police officials for their bravery and timely response.

According to the reports, the woman was under a lot of duress due to her work, and had attempted to take her life because of the mental stress.

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