Citizen dons cop's role, mans traffic ably
Clad in a blue-checked shirt and beige trousers, Ramu, a youngster, took on the role of a traffic cop and started manning traffic on Tuesday evening.
Srinagar Colony: Clad in a blue-checked shirt and beige trousers, Ramu, a youngster, took on the role of a traffic cop and started manning traffic on Tuesday evening. The road is always chock-a-bloc, more so in the evenings as employees travelling from Hi-Tec City and beyond take a detour to avoid the main Jubilee Hills to Punjagutta Road.
It is not every day that one gets to see the common man don the role of a traffic cop. He was seen going about his job with elan even as passerby watched him in amusement and with an air of appreciation at the T Junction near Satya Sai Nigamagam.
At such rush hours, when everybody is busy with their own chores, what made Ramu to volunteer controlling traffic. "These days, I have seen several videos motivating us to contribute little things to society. This is my contribution, though I'm not expecting any return from what I'm doing. It's like what Ravi Teja says "I get the kick" by doing such things.
I pray to God to give me more energy to do so," said Ramu while controlling traffic. A senior citizen of Srinagar Colony, who was going for his evening walk, stopped in awe watching Ramu. "Hope may such youngsters take up volunteering. They may help people save time and energy," he said. May the tribe of Ramu grow.