Police are also ordinary people

‘Police are also ordinary people’ – Corporal Muhamad Nur Shahrul Andhar

Kuala Lumpur: “Apart from wanting to help the public, I made welfare videos to show that the police are also ordinary people,” said Petaling Jaya District Police Headquarters (IPD) Patrol Car Unit (MPV) member Corporal Muhamad Nur Shahrul Andhar Rosmi.

The 32-year-old police officer said that it never occurred to him to show off or feel a ripple even though the content on his TikTok account reached millions of views.

“I don’t want to show off, that’s why I never show my face in the videos I upload.

“For me, when I see the cheerful look on the faces of the individuals who have been helped, it is enough to motivate me to continue doing charity work, when I remember their faces, I feel happy.

“Let the public know that the police are also ordinary people, they make mistakes. If one or two make a mistake, don’t blame all of them,” he said.

The father of two said that he was determined to continue making charitable content despite receiving negative comments from a few netizens following the many unpleasant news involving the police in recent times.

According to him, he tries to always think positively and hopes that his actions can encourage the viewers of the welfare video to do good to each other.

“I’m not saying I’m good, I made this video I didn’t get anything but my main intention was to do it for the sake of Allah SWT and hope that the public’s perception of the team is more positive.

“At first I was hesitant to create content because I didn’t want any issues to arise.

“But when I think back, I made a video to help people and hope at the same time to raise the name of the team as well,” he said.

According to him, he started working at the Petaling Jaya District Police Headquarters (IPD) after completing his training in 2015 and was assigned to the MPV Unit in the same district in 2020.

According to him, the content of the video of kindness started being shared on his TikTok account in the middle of last year and began to receive a positive response.

“Anyone who wants to download, or share the videos, I allow them in the hope of inviting people to do good things,” he said.

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