Indian Railways carried medicines and essential items to people during lockdown
Indian Railways carried medicines and essential items to people during lockdown

Amid Corona infection, the Railways this week transported drugs for an autistic teenager from Rajasthan and a boy recovering from liver transplant in Madhya Pradesh. Earlier on April 10, the North-Western Railway transported 20 liters of camel milk to a family in Mumbai, as a woman tweeted about her son being allergic to goat, cow and buffalo milk. Hitesh Sharma, hailing from Ahmedabad affected by the incident, also sought help from the Railways for his teenage cousin living in Ajmer and immediately called the response a miracle. The teenager living in Ajmer is also autistic and was in dire need of medicines. Due to the lockdown, Hitesh Sharma could not send the medicine to the courier, as he often does.

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Sharma told that it is unbelievable. I sought help from the railway officer and within 15 hours the medicines parcel reached Ajmer by train to my cousin. If it doesn't happen to me, I don't believe it.'

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In his statement, Sharma further said that he saw the list of railway nodal officers. He came to know that Ashish Ujjalayan is working as Assistant Commercial Manager in Ahmedabad division of Western Railway. We asked for help from them and they said that we will do whatever is necessary. Sharma deposited the parcel of medicines at 6 pm on 15 April and reached Ajmer at 11 am the next day.

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