There are many of us within the world who are corrupt and dishonest however still we are able to say that honesty is alive for attributable to people like Amit Gupta who is a driver. If you are doing good for somebody, it’ll end in one thing good for you too. Sarla Namboodiri (68) owns Arunodaya English college that imparts education to primary and pre-primary youngsters and it’s situated in Chembur, Mumbai.
Sarla parks her automotive little far away from her college thus at some point, she took Amit’s motorcar to achieve her automotive. She told, “I drive right down to the varsity, however, I park my automotive a little away. As I actually have some issue in walking, until college, I take associate motorcar to car park around 3 pm.” She did the same on 21st Dece, however, ever forgot her bag within the auto. Sarla told, “After reaching my automotive, I spotted that I had left my bag within the auto and that I frightened.”
The bag not solely contained Sarla’s Aadhaar card, permit, debit & credit cards, 2 mobiles, PAN card, documents of automotive registration and keys of house & locker however additionally Rs. 80,000 money that she had collected from students.
“I live alone and therefore the college was to remain shut succeeding day. For a second, I failed to apprehend what to try to. I drove to the varsity and asked the peon to look for the motorcar. After approaching a paan vendor, who said that the motorcar driver had created a stop at his look which his name was Amit Gupta.” Sarla was considering the choice of attending to police as she had no clue of Amit Gupta. However, after half an hour, Amit came and gave back the bag. He said that the bag was detected by another traveler and he remembered that it absolutely was Sarla’s bag.
She additionally told, “After he left, it struck me that I hadn’t taken his contact details and that I wished to try to do something for him. I approached the paan vendor, however, the number he gave was wrong.”
Despite falling sick for few weeks, Sarla kept on looking for Amit. Eventually, she got success and called Amit to her college. Since Amit’s economic condition wasn’t good, Sarla offered his 2 children. Free education after knowing that he can’t afford to send them to high school.
In her words, “I detected that he wasn’t doing well financially. I learned that he had 2 children, however, couldn’t afford to send them to high school. Being a former teacher and with my expertise within the education sector. I made a decision to supply his kid’s free education”. Amit Gupta wasn’t simply honored however additionally awarded award of Rs. 10,000, Sarla said, “Had Gupta not brought my bag back, I’d have had to face plenty of hassle.”
Great work by each of them! We need such great driver and teachers. They have proved that humanity is still alive! Dreams are not just for rich people. Here is a taxi driver who built a hospital in his hometown will make you feel proud of him and prove that anyone can make their dream come true!