I always love dramatic tension that ultimately results in a happy ending. That’s the case with Didarul Sarder.
In case you missed the story, Sarder became the good guy with a gun when he saw a woman being stabbed on General Motors property. It’s likely that he saved the victim’s life.
For that act of heroism, he was summarily terminated.
Now, he’s been un-terminated.
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 lengthy Facebook post commending his actions. He noted that Sarder had a valid concealed pistol license and “probably saved” a “woman from being murdered.”
“Had he not legally exercised his second amendment rights this woman would probably not be with us today,” he wrote. “He is employed by a GM contracted valet service. Right after it happened someone in authority asked him off the premises because he violated company rules with a gun. That was absolutely the wrong response to this hero. However that decision was over-ruled by higher ups and he now has his job back.