Every 6th car crash in the world happens in India..

Be a human being. Be a responsible citizen

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Every 6th car crash in the world happens in India..

BE A HUMAN BEING. BE A RESPONSIBLE CITIZEN.

Delhi as the capital of India, vehicular traffic is very heavy. Due to this traffic, every day so many accidents take place, some are minor and some are major. In most of the fatal cases, it is because of the reckless driving. Anyhow, in every accident some loss takes place whether it is an injury or loss of life.

In most of the accident cases, human life is lost because of delay in medical treatment.  Now days, in this fast paced life no one actually bothers to stop for a minute and help a person who gets critically injured in an accident. Thanks to selfish motives and personal interests nobody wants to come forward to help or to take them to hospital for treatment, after all turning a blind eye is much more easier.

I read about an accident which involved three persons, a couple and their child.  The husband begged for help but no one stepped forward to lend a helping hand. His wife and their child BLED TO DEATH in front of his eyes and he was totally helpless. This case is one of those innumerable cases where people die of blood loss.

Guys, it is high time to realize that one can’t be so heartless. Yes, the person who helps might have o face some problems. One can get get late for a meeting or one might have to face the volley of questions thrown by police among many others. But do these reasons justify the act of not helping a person injured in an accident?? Isn’t saving a life above  any problem?? I also appeal to the hospitals and nursing homes to give proper care to the persons involved in an accident as soon as they reach because every lost minute reduces their chance to come back to life.

In a nutshell, I would like to say that, before being an Indian and citizen, we are human beings. So we should share the sorrow of our fellow human beings.

 

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