Saving life just for a single time requires lots of guts, willpower, and immediate reaction to do what needs to be done. But when saving people is done repeatedly, it shows an extraordinary human being and is an inspiration to everyone around him.
The story of M Eshwaraiah, a Home Guard Officer with the Saroornagar Lake Police, is quite similar to the above instance and a real inspiration for all. In the last six months, Eshwariah has saved more than ten people from jumping into the lake and committing suicide. Eshwaraiah, a police officer since 2000, has always been oriented to help people in the best way possible and is in charge of the Saroornagar tank for quite some time now.
According to Eshwaraiah, many people who visit the Saroornagar Lake, especially at odd hours, are lost, depressed through finance, family, and relationships, and have only one thought of ending their life. If Eshwaraiah gets insight from the control room about a missing person who was likely to come there, he will stop that person from jumping or drowning and save their lives at any cost. Before the person being taken to the hospital, he would give them basic first aid.
The Rachakonda Commissionerate recently felicitated the extraordinary police officer and rewarded him a cash prize for his work over the years and also decided to put his name forward for the President's Police Medal for Gallantry. The medal is awarded for those who have ensured criminals, goons don't have their way, and people's lives are saved through it.