A viral video of a Sikh army officer feeding a disabled boy is a testimony to the fact. The video tweeted by India Today journalist Abhishek Bhalla is captioned, "Iqbal Singh was driving one of the vehicles in the CRPF convoy attacked on Feb 14 by a suicide bomber. He lost 40 colleagues but he hasn’t lost his sense of compassion. Feeding a disabled boy in Srinagar like his own kid. This is true love to mankind."
To be noted that the army officer says that the incident happened yesterday (May 13, 2019). He says, "Humare batallion ki do companiya Safakatal main tainat thi. Downtown area mein. Duty ke doran, dopahr ko humara khana aaya. Ek bache ne mereko ishara kiya ki khana khana hai. Maine usko khana diya aur dekha ki woh bachcha kha nahi paa raha hai." He adds, "Aur dekha ki bachche ke haath aise thay jaise paralysis ho. To maine usse khaana khilaya. Aur khaana khilate samay kisine woh video vaid kar li. Mereko nai pata kis ne ki. CRPF hamesha awam ki seva ke liye tayyar hai. Kisi bhi din, 24 ghante. Jai Hind."
Here it is to be noted that Iqbal Singh was one of the drivers who was in the 70-vehicle CRPF convoy that was attacked by a Jaish-e-Mohammad suicide bomber on February 14, 2019. Iqbal Singh lost 40 of his colleagues that day. But that hasn't made him turn away from humanity and compassion. In the video, Iqbal is seen feeding a physically challenged boy with his own hands.
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However it is worth mention here that in another tweet by Abhishek Bhalla, that is captioned, "Compassion is another form of valour for those in uniform in an otherwise hostile environment. The likes of Iqbal Singh always demonstrate this. He has been awarded with DGs commendation for his humane act #Kashmir," we can hear Iqbal Singh talking about the incident.