Guwahati (Assam), June 7 : A lady police constable in Assam has gained plaudits after she was seen carrying her seven-month-old child to her office.
Sachita Rani Roy, deputed in Silchar PI Court docket in Cachar district, was noticed strolling into her workplace together with her child snugged in a profession hanging on her physique. Together with her maternity go away over, Ms Roy reaches workplace together with her child at 10:30 am each morning and solely leaves after finishing the day’s work.
She has been compelled to deliver her child alongside as her request for a go away has not been granted. The 27-year-old added that there is no such thing as a one again at residence to handle the infant.
“I’ve nobody at residence to handle my child so I’m compelled to deliver her together with me. It will get uncomfortable at occasions however I’ve no different possibility,” stated Ms Roy.
A policewoman in Assam has won plaudits after she was seen bringing her seven-month-old baby to her workplace.
Sachita Rani Roy, a representative of Silchar PI Court in the Cachar district, was seen walking into her office with a baby. After maternity leave, Ms Roy arrives at the office with her baby at 10:30 every morning and leaves after finishing the day’s work.
She was forced to take her child with her as her leave request was denied. The 27-year-old added that there was no one at home to take care of the baby.
“I don’t have anyone at home to look after my baby, so I have to take her with me. It’s uncomfortable at times, but I have no choice,” Ms Roy said.
Ms Roy’s husband is a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) constable, posted outside Assam.
As a resident of the Malugram area of Silchar, Ms Roy said she was grateful to her colleagues and the police station for their tolerance.
“I did leave a little early because it was hard for the baby to be with me all day,” she added with a smile.
Ms. Roy’s conscientious work has won applause from all sides.
“I have applied for further furloughs, but until approved, I will continue to carry out my duties in this manner,” she said.