10-year-old Hyderabad boy becomes city's police commissioner for a day

New Delhi/October 15 (NG News)
In a noble gesture, Hyderabad police on Wednesday let a 10-year-old boy who is suffering from blood cancer become city’s police commissioner for a day to fulfill his dreams.

Sadiq who was diagnosed with blood cancer five months ago and is undergoing treatment at state-run MNJ Institute of Oncology took charge as Hyderabad Police Commissioner, clad in a police uniform that was replete with medals, shiny shoes and belt with the insignia of Telangana police.

Sadiq, a native of Peddapalli in Telangana’s Karimnagar, wanted to become Police Commissioner and his wish was fulfilled by Make a Wish Foundation.

As per reports, Sadiq said that he always wanted to catch bad guy and he was given the charge by Hyderabad Commissioner M Mahender Reddy.

Sadiq was given a ceremonial welcome by the police personnel before assuming office at the Commissioner’s Office and while talking to media, he said serving the nation was in his blood as his three uncles are serving in the army while two work in police department.