The whole country is going through a bad phase of the corona epidemic. The second wave of Corona has wreaked havoc in the country. The stories of kindness, selflessness and sacrifice bring a ray of hope in the lives of people in this terrible and terrible time.
In one such incident, an RSS servant, Shivani Vakhare, made a unique remark by 85-year-old RSS worker Narayan Dabhadkar from Nagpur Story of sacrifice Shared. After this, volunteer Rahul Kaushik also shared the incident on Twitter with a picture of the original post.
Among so much negativity everywhere, I found this post of Shivani Wakhare on facebook. A story that will fill your heart with warmth, compassion and so much positivity.
This is one such story of immense courage, compassion and sacrifice which will surely inspire you! pic.twitter.com/3RcGSuWwSd
– Rahul Kaushik (@kaushkrahul) April 26, 2021
This story of RSS activist Narayan Dabhadkar is originally told in Marathi on Facebook. It states that Narayan Dabhadkar is an RSS activist who spent his entire life serving the society, he was infected by the second wave of the Corona epidemic. As his SPO2 level dropped, his daughter tried to admit him in a city hospital.
After much efforts, she managed to reserve a bed for him at Indira Gandhi Hospital. Wakhare wrote that Dabhadkar had trouble breathing, after which he brought his grandson to the hospital. Both were waiting for the hospital formalities to be completed when Dabhadkar Kaka saw a woman in her 40s crying with her children and begging the hospital authorities for beds to admit her husband, The situation of which was quite serious.
Without thinking a bit, Dabhadkar Kaka comfortably informed the medical team that his bed should be given to the woman’s husband. He said, “I am 85 now, I have lived my life. You should offer a bed to this man instead of me, because his children need him. “
He then called his grandson to tell his daughter about the decision. His daughter was surprised to hear this decision, however after a while she too agreed to it. Dabhadkar Kaka immediately signed the MoU stating that he was leaving his bed for the young man and asked him to take his grandson back home. He bravely died after fighting the virus bravely for the next three days.
We have seen giving time and financial sacrifices to give someone a better life, but sacrificing one’s own life to ensure a longer life for another is certainly an act that is impossible to understand. At the same time, we should thank our frontline workers, medical staff and such people who are selfless and tireless serving the society in this era of epidemic.