Mayur Shekke with a java bike. (PC Twitter)
Mayur Shelke had saved a child trapped on the railway track by putting his life at stake. The video of which became quite viral recently. After which the Jawa company has given the Jawa Forty Two bike gifts to Mayur Shelke.
Child’s life was saved on April 20 – Mayur Shelke saved the life of a young child at Wangni railway station in Mumbai. In fact, due to the Corona epidemic that day there was very little congestion at the railway station. Because of which the child accidentally left the hand of his family and reached the railway track. Meanwhile, the train was coming on the track. Seeing whom Mayul Shekke cared for his life, made the train run more and saved the child safely. The video of this incident was captured in the CCTV camera installed at the railway station.
We were honored to meet Pointsman #MayurShelke at his residence & hand over the Jawa forty two Golden Stripes Nebula Blue as appreciation for his selfless bravery as part of the #JawaHeroes initiative. More power to you Mayur & loads of respect from the Jawa family & #Communicate. pic.twitter.com/LalvesyOsL
— Jawa Motorcycles (@jawamotorcycles) April 23, 2021
Railways had shared the video- Sharing the video, the Railway Ministry said that Pointman risked his life to save the child’s life. “We salute his exemplary courage and utmost dedication to duty. At the same time, the cash award of Peacock was also given by the Railways.Also read: TVS iQube electric scooter is giving competition to Bajaj Chetak, so many scooters sold
# JawaHeroes – Gift Received for Initiative Anupam Thareja, a Java motorcycle official, tweeted, ‘Pointman is a Java family act towards the exemplary valor of Mayur Sheeke. In fact, they are similar to legends and we are honored by awarding them with a Jawa motorcycle as part of the # JawaHeroes initiative to honor this brave gentleman. Let us tell you that the Java company is one of the companies run by Anand Mahindra. There was a time when the Java company was on the verge of sinking. Then Anand Mahindra revived it.