There certainly has not been a shortage of kindness during this Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO).
Frontliners are helping the people however they can and the people are assisting frontliners back!
Polis Pulau Pinang memang terbaik.. 👍💪Dua anggota polis dari Balai Polis Jelutong membantu menghantar seorang wanita…
They wrote, “Penang police officers are the best! Two officers from the Jelutong station helped send this OKU woman home.
“They were also very poised, calm and patient when helping the woman. She came over to the Pusat Khidmat ADUN Batu Lanchang with the help of a good samaritan.”
“Unfortunately, she has difficulties speaking which caused helpers to find it hard to understand her. The police officers were called in later and managed to identify the woman through her identity card and sent her home,” they added.
We’re so thankful to the kind police officers who helped the woman get home safely!
Kudos, to our amazing police officers!
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