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Chinese Man and his Police Saviour Eat Ice Cream after Rescue

Friday, May 17, 2019 • Tamil Comments

A policeman in Noida rescued a Chinese man lost in a jungle and reunited him with his group. Xing Fu had come to Noida for work purposes in a mobile manufacturing company. He had gotten separated from his group and got lost in the jungle. He had misplaced his phone and wallet. 

Despite the language barrier, the policeman was able to assist the Chinese National. Xing Fu did not know Hindi or English. While on patrol near Gautam Buddh University at 9:30 PM on May 14th, Sub-inspector Komal Kuntal saw some movement on the road along the jungle. He said: “I stopped my vehicle to find out more and there appeared to be a man near some bushes. I asked who it was and the only response I got was ‘Please help.’ These are perhaps the only two words he knew in English. Nothing in Hindi. I also don't know Mandarin. But he appeared really distraught and was profusely perspiring, suggesting that he was in trouble. He also signaled that he was very hungry." 

Kuntal managed to convince Xing Fu that he was from the police and to come with him in the car.  He then called a translator who knew Mandarin, who in turn spoke to the Chinese man and explained what he was saying to the Sub-inspector. It was found that Xing was staying in Greenwood Society, Phase 2, around 6 to 7 km away from where he was found. 

On the way, the pair had ice creams after Xing gestured he was hungry and they saw a cart along the road. The Sub-inspector added: "He had turned very emotional after reuniting with his group. He said thank you in broken Hindi. However, broken his language, I was overwhelmed that he knew those words. He thanked the police and hailed India as great."

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