Amid the ongoing lockdown across India due to the COVID-19 outbreak, homeless people and daily wage workers, who migrate to big cities from their home towns in search of jobs, are now fighting against hunger.
The condition across the country is volatile but we know this too shall pass. So amid this situation of crisis, here is some good news to give you a sigh of relief.
Now, a handicapped man has come forward as a saviour for the daily wagers and homeless people. The disabled person, who, without even caring for his own life, sprung into action to give a helping hand to the sufferers.
A video went viral on social media like wildfire in which disabled man people can be seen serving food to old people, daily wagers and homeless people. The video has garnered thousands of likes so far. The video, which is doing the rounds on social media, shows how considerate people are putting their own lives at risk and helping needy people in the time of crisis.
In the video, handicapped man can be seen sitting on a scooter and distributing food to the poor. A boy is also seen with him who is handing food over to people. The video will certainly bring tears in your eyes when you see it. The video will fill your heart with pride and will make you believe in god. Such people are always seen on the ground to assist people whenever a calamity befalls.
No one would have ever had a thought in mind how one would help the nation in the time of crisis even after being disabled. Despite facing all such struggles in his life, he never accepted defeat in his life. Today, he has won millions of hearts by serving food to daily wagers and homeless people in this hard time. It is worth applauding how a handicapped person supports the country in its fight against coronavirus. He deserves all appreciation.
Thanks to the hero who stepped in at the right place and at the right time on the ground and helped to bring some good optimism to an otherwise serious situation.
In India alone, the confirmed positive cases of coronavirus have surpassed 6,700 so far, while at least 226 people have died in the country from the infection.
It makes us feel proud when we see a handicapped man doing his bit to help those who are suffering from COVID-19 pandemic. Others should learn something from this man who is making his major contribution to help the nation fight the COVID-19 outbreak.
He has proved that disability can never stop you from making a significant contribution to the country. The country is proud of him for his significant contribution. Hats off to him!