Bijnor | UP Virel Video News : The outbreak of cold in North India is such that people can hardly live without a blanket. This is the reason why the central and state governments make every effort to distribute blankets among the poor. It is seen that these essential goods do not reach the poor and needy and they are embezzled in the middle. One such case has come up from Bijnor in Uttar Pradesh. On behalf of the Digital Literacy Mission, blankets were being distributed to the differently-abled to protect them from winter. During the blanket distribution program, photographs were also being taken and videos were also being made so that a proof of this could be presented to the government. But then something happened which has become a topic of discussion and this video is becoming increasingly viral in social media.
Magic blanket! As soon as he found it, the person sitting in the wheelchair started walking. pic.twitter.com/fWRjQtiFPi
— Dipanshu Kabra (@ipskabra) January 6, 2022
UP Virel Video News : Something similar is being seen in this video shared by IPS officer Dipanshu Kabra during the program. It can be clearly seen in the video that the person taking the blanket, knowing himself as a disabled person, suddenly got up from the wheelchair and started trying to run away. Let us tell you that IPS Dipanshu Kabra was the first to share, which has now been retweeted many times.
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UP Virel Video News : In fact, for the distribution of blankets, the officials had asked the teachers of the village to call such people who really need blankets. As has often happened, teachers started presenting their own family members as needy. Finding something black in the pulse, as soon as the IPS officer gave a blanket to a Divyang, he understood that he was absolutely fine. When the IPS moved towards the date in his shrill voice, he left both the blanket and the wheelchair and ran away.
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