ICCW gives Bravery Award to courageous Kusum

The Fact News Service
Jalandhar, February 23
In recognition of the courage of 15-years old braveheart Kusum for bravely prevented snatching last year, the Indian Council for Child Welfare (ICCW) has selected her for the prestigious National Bravery Award. Congratulating the Kusum for this award, Deputy Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori said that Kusum’s act of bravery and valour had made the entire city proud as she emerged as an source of inspiration for girls. Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh while commending her courage to foil the snatching attempt had issued a financial aid worth Rs. One lakh last year, which was provided to the Kusum by the District Administration. Notably, Kusum, a student of 8th class from Lala Jagat Narayan DAV Model School on August 30, 2020, had courageously averted a snatching attempt, when two bike-borne youth tried to snatch her mobile phone, which was given to her by her brother to attend online classes. The snatchers had attacked her with sharp edges weapon giving Kusum severe injuries on her wrist. Kusum despite having grave injuries managed to catch one of the bike-borne snatchers.