Indian Cop Who Brought Her Baby To Work At Police Station Gets Transfer

Indian Cop Who Brought Her Baby To Work At Police Station Gets Transfer

A policewoman who was photographed working in her station with her infant child sleeping on a table nearby has been allowed a transfer back to her par

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A policewoman who was photographed working in her station with her infant child sleeping on a table nearby has been allowed a transfer back to her parents’ hometown, Malaysia Nanban reported.

Archana Jeyanth, 30, works in Uttar Pradesh, India, away from her parents and her husband in Agra.

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When Archana could not find a babysitter a few days ago, she decided to bring the baby to the police station.

Images of the mother and baby went viral subsequently.

The state police chief commended her dedi­cation and gave her 1,000 rupees (S$19) as a reward.

Source: asiaone.com

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