Sikh’s daring act

sikkuAn Indian sikh Harman Singh living in New Zealand removed his head gear and protected a boy who was lying in a pool of blood after he was injured seriously. No sikh removes the head turban as per their custom. But this man dared to do it only to save the life of a boy reeling in the blood. He employed his turban to block the blood leakage of the injured boy on humanitarian grounds. Later, he admitted the boy in the hospital proving his inherent sense. The entire incident of sikh saving the victim was videographed by another person and posted it on the net. Harman remains as an example worth emulating by all.

Medaram Jathara

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