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The traffic police was teaching a child sitting on the side of the road, doing their duty, what did the people do afterwards?

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There are some stories shared online that instantly win the hearts of people. This story of a traffic policeman teaching an eight-year-old child certainly fits into that category. This is a post shared by Kolkata Police on Facebook that may fill your heart with warmth.

The department wrote, “Teacher constable. Whenever he was on duty near Ballygunge ITI, South-Eastern Traffic Guard Sergeant Prakash Ghosh would often see an 8-year-old boy playing near him on the road. The boy’s mother was having food on the roadside. Works at a shop, and has worked hard to get her son enrolled in a government school, hoping for a better life. The homeless mother and son live on the sidewalk, but they hope their son will escape poverty. Will leave his mark on the world. However, this Class 3 student was losing interest in studies, which was one of his biggest concerns. After getting to know Sergeant Ghosh over time, he expressed his concern.”

He said, “After hearing his story, he promised to help in every way possible. But he too could not guess the extent of that help. Sergeant Ghosh tutors the boy on the day he does duty at that place. Who makes him sit with his books, whether he watches traffic himself, or takes the time to teach him at the end of his shift. From setting and checking homework to student’s spelling, pronunciation, and even his uniform and Improving handwriting as assignments make it difficult for him to sit up, use twigs as a teaching tool and stand up. Let’s take your ‘class’. The boy’s gradual improvement helped his mother has given full confidence to the ‘teacher’, who performs both his duties equally.”

In the last lines, he also mentioned that the picture he posted was originally tweeted by a journalist. He expressed, “Journalist Arnabanshu Niyogi tweeted a picture of this unique classroom which we are linking to this post.”

The post has garnered 33,000 likes since it was shared a few hours ago and people are commenting fiercely on the post. A Facebook user wrote, “Salute to you sir.” Several people shared a gif or wrote the word “honour” to express their reaction.

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