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CISF Men Who Saved Metro Passengers Giving CPR Receive Praise From HM Amit Shah | India News


NEW DELHI: A recent act of saving the life of a passenger by CISF staff deployed to the Dabri More metro station here, won praise from Interior Minister Amit Shah, who even expressed his desire to meet and personally congratulate the “Brave and vigilant” staff.
On Monday, CISF police officer Vikas, stationed at the station’s security checkpoint, immediately stepped forward to give cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to a passenger who had collapsed and lost consciousness. Later, CISF tweeted a video of the rescue act from its official identifier.
Retweeting the video posted by CISF, the Interior Minister posted on Friday: “I just found this video! Very proud of our CAPF staff for their unwavering commitment to serving the country and humanity. I have informed DG CISF that I would like to meet this courageous and vigilant @CISFHQrs staff who saved a precious life. ”
According to CISF, on 08/01/2021 around 0851 hours, a male passenger arrived at the security checkpoint at Dabri more metro station to access the metro system. Suddenly, he lost consciousness and fell to the ground. CISF agent Vikas deployed at the Dabri subway station security checkpoint rushed forward to assist the passenger. He noticed that the passenger was unconscious and not breathing properly, and due to a sudden fall he suffered injuries to his face / mouth. Immediately, he began giving cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to the passenger observing standard operating procedures (SOP). The passenger responded favorably and regained consciousness. He revealed his identity as Mr. Satyanaran, in his 45s and a resident of Janakpuri, New Delhi.
Subsequently, an ambulance was called for the passenger. The shift in charge of CISF and the station controller arrived at the scene and asked the passenger if he needed more medical assistance. However, the passenger refused to go to the hospital and left after profusely thanking CISF for saving his life.

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