New Delhi : A female head constable posted at Samaypur Badli police station in the country’s capital Delhi has been given an out-of-turn promotion. In view of her dedication and honesty as the head constable, the high officials decided to give an out-of-turn promotion. Women head constable Seema Dhaka found 76 children in two and a half months. Due to this, the Delhi Police decided to promote her. According to the information received, 56 children are less than 14 years of age, out of 76 children who have been found by Seema Dhaka.
Delhi Police Commissioner NN Srivastava announced an out-of-turn promotion to Seema Dhaka. She has been promoted under the incentive scheme. Under this scheme, Seema has become the first employee of Delhi Police to get out of turn promotion. According to Seema, one of the most challenging cases for her was the release of a minor from West Bengal in October this year. The police team traveled in boats and crossed two rivers during the floods to find the child.
Seema Dhaka said that she has saved the children of Delhi, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Haryana and Punjab. She had been working on such matters for months and said her seniors inspired her to resolve more cases and help families. Dhaka said that my seniors and team members helped me get this promotion. I am a mother and never want anyone to lose their child. We worked round the clock every day on the missing report to save the children.
Dhaka said that one of the most challenging cases for her was the release of a minor from West Bengal in October this year. The police team traveled in boats and crossed two rivers during the floods to find the child. The boy’s mother filed a complaint two years ago, but later changed her address and mobile number. We could not trace him but knew that he was from West Bengal. A search operation was launched. We went to a small village and crossed two rivers during the flood. We somehow managed to get the child from his relative.