Srinagar: In line with its missionary mandate, J&K Yateem Foundation’s Ambulance Service undertook its duty to transport and handover poor labourer’s corpse at his ancestral home in Khaddi Turgam village in Banihal area of Jammu province, around 150 Kms from capital Srinagar Headquarters.
J&K Yateem Foundation Bandipora Unit received a late night distress call from doctor Nissar Ahmad Malik in Sub District Hospital (SDH) for deportment of body of a 17 year old labourer namely Fayaz Ahmad Kachar son of Ab Gani from sub district hospital Sumbal to Khaddi Turgam Banihal.
The youngster lost his life in a grotesque accident at Sumbal in Bandipora.The young boy working on Road Macadamization Project, was crushed under the road roller at the site. The deceased was the only male sibling besides six sisters in the family. J&K Yateem Foundation Bandipora Unit’s Ambulance driver Nissar Ahmad was called for duty at odd hour under extraordinary circumstances. The ambulance left Sumbal Sub District Hospital (SDH) at 10:35 P.M. during the intervening night of August 21 & 22, towards his destination and reached there 3:30 A.M.
Chairman Mohammad Ahsan Rather commended missionary zeal and zest of Ambulance. Rather also issued instructions to reach out to the bereaved family with maximum possible humanitarian succor immediately and asked Ramban Unit to submit Relief & Rehabilitation Proposal before JKYF administration to mobilize resources for the distressed family who lost its young earning hand.
Chairman JKYF also admired Bandipora District Representative (DR) Mohammad Anwar Malik for his exemplary work to inculcate sense of responsibility, empathy, honesty and missionary zeal amongst volunteers, officials and employees at Bandipora Unit of JKYF.
Chairman announced cash reward of Rs 2000-to Ambulance driver.