Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr It was just a couple of days earlier that the story of Sub Inspector Gagandeep Singh of Ramnagar police headquarters, in Nainital area, won the hearts of many. He had saved Irfan, a Muslim youth, from being assaulted cruelly by an uncontrollable mob comprising of individuals from radical Hindu outfits. Irfan was supposedly found in a “compromising position” with a young lady close to a temple in Uttarakhand. Numerous hailed Singh a legend following his courageous act. Furthermore, now, adding another plume to Uttarakhand Police division’s cap, Sub Inspector Lokendra Bahuguna is in news for carrying a man on his shoulders uphill for two kilometres to take him to a healthcare centre in Yamunotri. As per a Facebook post by Uttarakhand Police, Bahuguna was a part of a group attempting to manage traffic in Bhairo Ghati — a track between Vaishno Devi and Sanji Chhat. It was then that a man named Ranjhi Rajak, hailing from Madhya Pradesh encountered a sudden pain in his chest and fell down subsequently. While Bahuguna at first attempted to put him on a horse, Rajak was not able to sit on it on account of the outrageous pain. That id when the SI chose to take the man on his shoulders and walk to the closest healthcare centre,about two kilometers away.