Indian Muslim man breaks fast to donate blood to Hindu patient

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Indian Muslim man breaks fast to donate blood to Hindu patient

A Muslim man from India's Assam bankrupt his quick so he could give blood and help a patient in trouble. Panaulla Ahmad, 26, did not reconsider when he came to realize a man was in critical need of O-positive blood however couldn't discover any benefactor, Indian Express announced. 

Both Ahmad and his flat mate, Tapash Bhagawati work at a super claim to fame medical clinic in Guwahati, Assam. Bhagawati, who is a piece of Team Humanity - an association that joins blood givers to patients, disclosed to Ahmad how he was unfit to discover blood benefactors for a patient. 

 

Ahmad, whose opportune assistance spared a man's life, stated, "Roza is a religious conviction we pursue. My choice accompanied the acknowledgment that I could generally do Roza the following day, yet today was the main possibility I needed to spare an individual. So I spared him." While Bhagawati uncovered that regardless of thorough pursuit and online interests, he couldn't discover a contributor for a man named Rajan Gogoi who was conceded at another medical clinic. 

"I got a call mentioning blood. The following morning, I couldn't discover any givers - as I was making various calls, my flat mate Panaullah strolled in. Since he was watching Roza, I normally did not ask him," Bhagawati said. 

An image of Ahmad giving blood to Gogoi was posted on Facebook and rapidly turned into a web sensation. "I am glad to have a companion like Panaullah. He picked humankind over religion," Bhagawati included.

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