Fortunately, I was Proven Innocent

The Logical Indian

August 1st, 2015 / 2:23 PM

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“I was an auto rickshaw driver earlier. I was happy with that job until I had an accident. I was driving out of City Palace when a drunkard asked me to stop. I stopped but he fell just in front of my vehicle and lost consciousness. The people nearby started accusing me of hitting him. I was arrested and lost my job. Fortunately, I was proven innocent. But I had no job for next six months. Finally, my father helped me to find this job and I am happy again.”

via – Humans Of Jaipur City


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