Nagaon, September 11, 2019:

A woman traffic police personnel from Assam recently came to the spotlight after she continued performing her duties, even though it was raining cats and dogs.

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The Nagaon woman, Ranjula Devi, also came to the attention of ‘Dhing Express’ Hima Das, who lauded her commitment towards her duty on social media.

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The sprint sensation from Assam, Hima, wrote, “I salute the dedication of women traffic police personnel who is managing traffic despite heavy rain in my hometown Nagaon district”.

Photos of the traffic police personnel performing her duties during a Monday downpour have gone wildly viral on social media, and she has also been appreciated by the Nagaon SP for her dedication.

It may be recalled that earlier this year, Mithun Das, a traffic police officer from Assam, had earned praise for standing rooted to his spot despite stormy weather. Footage of the officer continuing his duties during the storm went wildly viral.

Heavy rains lashed Guwahati city at around noontime on March 31, and pedestrians were seen running helter-skelter on the streets. Motorists started speeding up because the streets of Guwahati are known to become clogged during heavy downpours. The sky darkened and a night-like atmosphere prevailed. But amid all the chaos, one hero stood tall. Angshuman Bijay Talukdar, a Facebook user, shared the video on Facebook in which the traffic police personnel braved the rain and continued his duties.

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