Kindness alive : 76-year-old Harjinder Singh created ‘auto ambulance’, now inspires many

As individuals hurry in the morning in the clamoring city of Delhi, 76-year-old Harjinder Singh is occupied with helping street mishap exploited people with free rides to the closest emergency clinic in his 'auto rescue vehicle'.

Not just this, but the old man also provides free medicines to the needy people around his area. As indicated by ANI news, two-thirds  of his salary is spent on meds and his service to the patients.. His contact number, composed on the back of his auto has turned into a crisis number of sorts.

Individuals who knows about his work spare the number and call at whatever point they need drugs. Singh notices the location and transfer the medicines  at their doorstep when he is in that particular locality.

Singh is a limited a gift from heaven who has been keeping the message of thoughtfulness, basic and genuine with this service since 1978 and plans to do this for a mind-blowing remainder. And yet, he is additionally shocked at individuals conduct in a situation of accidental crisis.

Singh has been filling in as an auto driver since 1964 and that being said, he constantly kept a medical aid pack with fundamental things like gauzes, disinfectant moisturizer and cream, and paracetamol. Perceiving his social administration, the Delhi Traffic Police made him a traffic police superintendent and issued various testaments of recognitions too.

In an interview with a digital media group, he said,“I have seen people lying injured, hurt on the streets while others, instead of helping them, clicked pictures. What is the point of being a human being if you are not of help to someone who is in need? It was only after I bought an auto that I realised I was in a position to help these people.”

by Lokendra Sharma | Thu, Sep 05 - 04:43 PM

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