While medical and police personnel leave no stone unturned in the fight against COVID-19, an Indore-based artist paid tribute to them on Saturday by making stone art.
Wajid Khan collected stones in two weeks and created this unique art to pay tribute to slain inspector Devendra Chandravanshi who gave his life fighting COVID-19 in the city of Indore.
He made a logo representing the medical services and the inspector’s face with stones saying “thank you COVID-19 warriors”.
“I have created various forms of art. After hearing that people were attacking the medical staff and the police, I collected stones, which took me two weeks, and I had this idea to pay tribute to the medical staff and an inspector . Khan told ANI.
Mhow Supplementary SP Amit Tolani said, “Police personnel make the ultimate sacrifice while on duty. Devendra knew he would be infected after traveling to severely affected places. He always did his duty and sacrificed his life. That’s why we chose to make her face in this art. “
“We also added that the motto of the Indore police force is ‘Deshbhakti Jan Sewa’,” he added.
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