New Delhi, Sep 5 (IANS) A six-year-old boy was saved by two Delhi policemen from drowning in a drain in the Narela area on Wednesday, the police said here on Thursday.
Gaurav Sharma, Delhi Commissioner of Police (DCP) of Outer North District, told IANS the two head constables -- Narender and Yogender -- heard a child crying in the drain.
The constables swiftly got into action. While the one constable entered the drain, the other held him from outside. They pulled the child out of the drain and saved his life.
Their act was praised by the locals who had gathered there to witness the rescue operation. "The child's parents are poor. Father is a truck driver," Sharma said.
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