This Man spends 50% of his income to provide Free Ambulance bike service day/night
A tea garden worker in Jalpaiguri district in West Bengal uses his motorbike to take poor villagers to hospitals and clinics free of cost.
Karimul Haque from the Dhalabari village under the Malbazar police station in the district has become popular in his village and neighbourhood for his unique concept of ‘bike ambulance.
He runs an Ambulance for the needy and poor people in remote areas of Jalpaiguri totally free of cost on his motorcycle. Where people are busy in their AC rooms and enjoying time with their families he is busy in his Mission 24×7.
The service and mobile number of ‘Karimul Bike Ambulance,’ has become popular and is known to most people, from local doctors to police and other block officials. What’s more, his service is available day and night.
The reason behind this extraordinary spirit to help those needy is that his mother expired some years back because she couldn’t get an Ambulance to reach hospital on time and he wants to make sure no one else suffers the same and hence provides free ambulance service.
Karimul works in a tea estate and earns four thousand rupees each month. He keeps 25% of his salary aside for fuel cost, etc. for ‘bike-ambulance,’ while another 25% goes to bank for paying monthly installments of the bike.
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