Thane: CM Eknath Shinde personally checks on lady constable who fainted during review meeting at Collector office

Abhitash SinghUpdated: Thursday, July 07, 2022, 12:07 AM IST
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Thane: CM Eknath Shinde personally checks on lady constable who fainted during review meeting at Collector office | Prashant Narvekar

Thane: While the meeting of Chief Minister Eknath Shinde was going on at the Thane Collectorate office, Rupali Salunkhe, a police constable, lost her balance and fell on her hand. She was soon admitted to the Jupiter hospital in Thane.

Chief Minister Eknath Shinde went personally to the constable and asked her about her health condition. The Maharashtra CM's concern for the police constable is being showered with praise from the police force.

J N Ranaware, senior police inspector of Thane Nagar police station said, "The constable Rupali Salunkhe fainted due to dehydration. She was admitted to the Jupiter hospital in Thane and her health is in good condition now."

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