A 5-year-old girl from Shellar Naka in Dombivli (East), made thank you cards for the police personnel in her area. Shipra Upadhaye, a student of Little Aryans, Dombivli knows little about Covid-19 has heard how hard the the police, doctors and nurses are working during this time of crisis and decided to thank them with a sweet gesture.
Shipra told Hindustan Times, “They protect us from coronavirus; they are my superhero. I wanted to make them happy and I made the card just to say thank you.” She wrote thank you notes on small papers with the help of her mother.
Shipra’s mother Tanaya Upadhye, 30 told, “Since the past two months, through TV channels and our conversations she has been hearing how the police, medical and paramedical staff are helping us battle this global pandemic by standing on the roads, controlling mobs, treating patients and sacrificing their family time.”
She also added, “She asked me if we can say thanks for their hard work and prepared the notes. Her idea amazed us. I gave the cards to the police personnel on duty.”
AR Kharat, a police constable, who was touched by the gesture said, “It came as a surprise to us when the parent came to us and handed us the cards. We are glad to know that even a child has realised our efforts to keep them safe.”
Source: Hindustan TimesNational, News