By Bob Owens
Didarul Sarder is Warren, Michigan’s newest hero.
When Didarul Sarder saw a woman begin stabbed by another one, he did what I hope any of us would do in the same situation. He pulled his concealed handgun and stopped the attack, holding the attacker at gunpoint until police arrived. Right afterward, he was walked off General Motors property for violating a company policy barring firearms, and then fired by his employer, SP+ Valet, a GM subcontractor.
Fortunately for Sarder, the backlash against his firing was immediate and overwhelming, and his employers quickly reversed his termination.
Didarul Sarder lost his job for pulling a gun to rescue a woman who was being stabbed to death, but he never regretted his split-second decision.
“I would do it all over again,” he told Fox affiliate WJBK. “If I could save this woman’s life over a job. I can get another job.”
Fortunately for Sarder, that won’t be necessary.
The 32-year-old has been offered his job back after his bosses at a General Motors Technical Center in Warren, Mich., reversed their unpopular decision, allowing the valet service supervisor to return to work.
The decision was praised by Warren Mayor Jim Fouts, who called Sarder a “hero” in a …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms