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Kumar Bheel – A Pakistani Hindu who saved 18 people from burning vehicle


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10:34 PM | 30 Nov, 2020

Kumar Bheel – A Pakistani Hindu who saved 18 people from burning vehicle


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KARACHI – A member of Pakistan’s Hindu community is widely being appreciated and honoured with various titles for his brave act of saving lives of more than a dozen people, including three female doctors.
Hailing from Tharparkar, a district in Pakistan’s Sindh province, the member of country’s minority is being hailed as “Real Life Hero” by social media users.
Kumar Bheel, who was unknown to public before this episode, was going on his motorcycle on a road Naukot, Mithi when he saw a van engulfed with blaze.
He immediately stopped his bike and run to save the people without caring his own life. He broke the fixed glass windows of the vehicle and helped passengers to come out.
Some of passengers received injuries in the incident but the Bheel’s timely arrival saved them from a major disaster as they can lose their lives in minutes if no one comes for rescue.
People on social media are widely sharing his story in order to pay tribute to the Pakistani Hindu, besides giving a message: “Heroes have no religion, hero is just hero”.

 

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But we treat them as 2nd or 3rd class citizens of Pakistan
I don't...
I had one pakisni Hindu travel with me in a group and I didn't know him...he was concerned that others may object at dinner time...I told him if anyone says anything you come eat with me from my plate. We are a creation of God and I respect everyone until they warrant otherwise
 

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Yes i seen it with my own eyes, hen i was was in Karachi, all most of them consider Hindus of Pakistan as a 2nd or 3rd class citizens
lol you were in Karachi and i live in Karachi and i never had such a generalized and Shitty view like yours nor i have seen such things so often.

so pls again i would say talk about your personal views not about whole Pakistani society that too while you were once in Pakistan.
 

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