I Have Seen People Bullying This Specially Abled Book Seller, He Smiles Politely & Continues His Work

The Logical Indian

December 15th, 2015

Source: Bhagyashree Jha's Timeline

I would like to draw your attention on a man which I believe whoever travels from Parihar Chowk road, Pune must have seen. He is a specially abled man in formals who speaks in the language which is not known by us but known by a species that have a bigger heart and mind.

He is selling the books and I have seen people bullying him, he just smiles at them and manages the traffic as well,wen there are no traffic police which means all the time.

He is a man who takes his current job seriously, works hard every day at each signal runs towards people and asks them politely through sign language to buy his books.

I know buying a book will help him but only for a short span of time.

Please anyone who can help him, by any means related to a descent job,any foundation,come forward and help.

 

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