A brave and ever-smiling police officer, Abbasuddin Ahmed, has died after contracting...

A brave and ever-smiling police officer, Abbasuddin Ahmed, has died after contracting the corona virus Covid 19

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A brave and ever-smiling police officer, Abbasuddin Ahmed, has died after contracting the corona virus Covid 19
A brave and ever-smiling police officer, Abbasuddin Ahmed, has died after contracting the corona virus Covid 19

LONDON (PA) – A brave and ever-smiling police officer, Abbasuddin Ahmed, has died after contracting the corona virus Covid 19. He was 40 years old. Her colleagues say we never saw her without a smile. He was a brave and fearless officer. Ahmed was proud to be a police officer. Abbasuddin Ahmed joined the Greater Manchester Police (GMP) in 2017. He was admitted to hospital in December after testing positive for Corona virus Covid 19, where he died Thursday. He is survived by two children and a widow. Ahmed’s colleagues say he was a brave and fearless officer who was a true friend and family man. He was a wonderful and great brother at work or out at work. Abbas made the meaning of his name a reality. He was brave, fearless like a lion, loyal, warrior, protector and completely fearless man. He will live in our hearts forever. Greater Manchester Police Muslim Police Association

Expressing grief over the loss of his colleague Abbasuddin Ahmed’s family and colleagues, Inspector Abid Sardar, Co-Chairman of the Association, said that those who know Abbasuddin Ahmed will always miss him. ۔ I spent time with them in the police. He was a sincere, loyal, talented and fearless police officer and a family man. Neil Cook, Chief Inspector, GMP Trafford Division, said PC Ahmed was a valued member of the police force team and his team would remember him fondly and miss him dearly. He added that Abbasuddin Ahmed was away from front line duty and was taking care of his health during the pandemic but in the meantime he was continuing to work from home and was waiting to return to duty and return to duty on the roads so that When it is safe to do so, continue to serve the community. Her colleagues say Ahmed’s death is a “traumatic shock” and a reminder of the dangers of the deadly virus. A fundraising page has been set up in memory of police constable Abbasuddin Ahmed, who raised about 000 8,000 in eight hours.