State Government has offered an appointment on the post of Police Sub Inspector to a young girl, Vasundhara Chauhan, 25, for showing the courage of pitching a direct daring fight against the armed goons, who attacked a public transport bus to get their accomplice, a hardcore criminal, freed from the police custody in Dholpur on March 3.
Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot took the decision of direct appointment offer to the young lady as a step towards promoting women empowerment and as a mark of honour to the girl for showing courage, virility and presence of mind which defeated the perpetrators of crime in their plans of fleeing with a hardened criminal, who was already convicted for life.
As per the case, early this month, 5 armed personnel intercepted a roadways bus midway from Dholpur to Bharatpur and attacked the police challani guards carrying the convicted criminal named Dharmendra alia Lukka. They stormed into the bus, fired in the air and threw chilli-powder in the eyes of the police guards. As the criminals attempted to snatch away firearms of the policemen, the young passenger Vasundhara and another RAC constable Kamar Singh, who was also travelling in bus, gathered courage and took on the criminals head on. She caught hold of the two of them and pushed them in the bus one by one. Her direct fight encouraged others in the bus –including the passengers, crew members and the police guards – to take on the criminals, who then fled away.
Previously, the state government gave a Letter of Appreciation to young Vasundhara and declared for an ‘Out of Turn’ promotion to RAC personnel Kamar Singh as Head Constable for their show of bravery.
Now, CM Gehlot has decided to honour the Dholpur resident girl on the occasion of International Women’s Day by offering her the post of Sub Inspector in Rajasthan Police. The 25-years old lady has studied Criminology during her Post Graduation degree and is an NCC ‘C’ certificate holder.