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Delivery boy helps robbed man

Delivery boy helps robbed man

Often small kind deeds have a great impact on others. Especially when someone is losing faith, such deeds restore faith in them.

Here is an instance for such fact.

Purshottam D, a resident of Mumbai, was travelling to Pune on a bus on December 21. He reached his destination at around 10:00 p.m., and realized that someone had picked his pocket.

It was such a frustrating situation for the Mumbai man as he was left without any cash or ID. He had to travel 12 km from the stop to his next destination.


As he had no option, he started walking. After an hour, he was approached by Dyaneshwar Bombade, an Uber Eats delivery boy.

Dnyaneshwar, a commerce student, is currently enrolled in a Masters course. He works as a delivery agent at nights.

He found Purshottam was walking on the road and observed that he was limping, and his leg was hurt. So Dnyaneshwar offered his help and wanted to drop him at his destination.

At the same time, he did not want his customers to wait more time for his order.

So he told Purshottam that he had to deliver two orders first, and could drop him only after finishing his delivery.

But, later Dnyaneshwar felt bad that Purshottam had to go around the city for his delivery.

Hence, he called the customers and asked to wait for just 20 minutes extra for his order. They agreed to that.

Then, Dnyaneshwar dropped Purshottam at his destination comfortably. It was around 8 km.

Purshottam felt very happy for his kindness without expecting anything in return.

Dnyaneshwar says that small help is not a big deal, and it is just a small act of humanity. He wants to help many people to the most possible extent.


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