Sikh Man Proves Humanity is alive, took off His Turban to save wounded Women in Kashmir

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Sikh Man Proves Humanity is alive, took off His Turban to save wounded Women in Kashmir

In a great display of humanity, a Sikh boy converted his turban into a band-aid to help a bleeding woman who met with an accident and his quick wit helped a woman and she didn’t have much of blood loss. A 20-year-old, Sikh man, Manjeet Singh from Dawar region is achieving a lot of appreciation for his selfless act. He showed a great gesture of humanity by unraveling his turban to save the life of an injured woman who met with an accident.

Last week, Manjeet removed his turban and converted it into a band-aid to help an unidentified bleeding woman who was lying on the road. The story came from Jammu and Kashmir. Despite being a Sikh, Manjeet helped a Muslim lady after she was hit by a truck near Awantipora.

According to the reports, a 45-year-old woman was hit by a speeding truck in Awantipora leaving her in a pool of blood. Her leg was badly bleeding and the truck sped away after hitting her. The passerby was watching the scene but Manjeet came ahead and helped the woman. He told, “I saw her lying on the road, with blood coming out of her leg. I could not resist using my own turban to plug the wound.” He further added, “I did what anyone else in my place would have done.”

Manjeet not only once gave a thought before taking his turban off and immediately plugged the injured leg to stop the blood. Being a Sikh, the turban is the most important article of his religion. And showing such a generous gesture he proved that despite all the religions, humanity always comes first. Nd removing his turn to help an accident victim is a very kind gesture which is beyond any appreciation.

When nobody came for her rescue, he saved a life. He himself has a strong and touching story which is the reason behind his selfless character. His father was a daily wager in Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology who passed away and Manjeet was recruited in his place as a daily wager. He has a handicapped mother along with a sister and an elder brother.

He told, “My father remained a daily-wager through-out his 25 years of service. But I was promised that I will be inducted as a permanent staffer. But so far that promise has not been fulfilled. All I want is a permanent job so that I can feed my family properly.”

Published by Isha Kataria on 07 Jan 2019

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