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This driver turns his auto into an ambulance at night and serves the needy

  • Mrinalini Singh
  • November 25, 2017
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There are only a few people who will go that extra mile to help those in dire need. As the well-known English proverb says: ‘A friend in need is a friend indeed.” This driver is living example of that kind of friendship. Manjunath Ningaappa Pujari, who drives an Ola auto every day from 6 pm to 9 am, offers free rides to those in an emergency. An individual can call him at the odd hours of the night, and he is always ready to help out. He even shares a part of his income to help the needy in shelter homes.

In an interview, Manjunath said, “When I drop a customer at a hospital, I feel that I am making a difficult time slightly more convenient and that I am contributing to society in some way. Hence, I do not insist that such customers pay for the ride. I feel blessed to serve a customer at a critical time in their life.” He also works as a superior with an infrastructure and financial serves company during the day.

Manjunath further added, “This is something that I have been doing for a year ago, and it gives me immense pleasure to help those in need. All my life, I have wanted to do social service, and now I am doing this – I am really happy.” People like him are rare but do exist and fill us with hope.

It is important to have such amenities in a situation when many people still lose the life due to the unavailability of the ambulance. Its insensitivity from the side of the administration is so deep-rooted in our systems that the deaths of innocent people fail to sadden us. We ‘The Fearless India’ salute the work that Manjunatha is carrying out.

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