Meet Harjinder Singh: He Runs Delhi’s Only ‘Auto Ambulance’ Free Of Cost!

written by Karan Nanda | July 12, 2019

Known for their generosity and helping nature, Sikhs around the world have always been there for the destitute at the time of need. One of them is 76-year-old Harjinder Singh. After leaving his job as a traffic warden, Harjinder Singh turned an auto driver to earn his bread and butter. But what's special about Harjinder Singh is that he is utilizing his auto rickshaw for saving lives of road accident victims. Harjinder Singh is using his auto rickshaw as a ‘Free ambulance for injured in road accident’. This old man helps accident victims to reach nearby hospital for immediate medical help. Harjinder Singh's auto-cum-ambulance has helped save hundreds of lives in times of emergency.

 
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#InspiringLives Meet Harjinder Singh, an auto rickshaw driver in Delhi, who uses his auto as an ambulance to offer free rides to those in emergency situations. . . "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 says. Truly inspiring! . #delhigram #StoriesOnStreets #DelhiExplorer #SocialWork #SocialCause #humansofnewyork #humansofbombay #RoadAccident #FreeAmbulance . #Sodelhi #delhidiaries #Indiapictures #Indiagram #Spreadlove # ##KeepExploring #NeverStopExploring #Architecture #indiapictures #dawndotcom #desi_diaries #WhatKarlloves #streetphotographyindia #etribune

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According to a report in Times of India, Harjinder Singh works extra hours so that he can utilize the extra income in refueling his auto rickshaw so that he can roam around accident-prone areas in the city Besides, he has installed a donation box in his auto-cum-ambulance. He uses this donation money to buy medicines and first-aid kit for the accident victims. “As a traffic warden, I saw many crash victims and wanted to help them. It was only after buying an auto that I could realise this goal,” Times of India quotes Mr Singh as saying. “I cannot be omnipresent, but till my last breath, I will continue helping accident victims and provide medication to them free of cost,” he said. We salute Harjinder Singh for his selfless act  

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