This Man Used Social Media To Get Immediate Medical Attention Of Indian Railways & Got The Help

The Logical Indian

March 1st, 2017

Indian Railways

Twitter gives insight into the way several of India’s Union Cabinet Ministers work. Be it the many visas that Sushma Swaraj, the Minister of External Affairs has granted or Suresh Prabhu, the Railway Ministers who has revolutionised the essentials during train travel.

This recent incident is also praiseworthy. Dilshad Shaikh who was on a train when he saw a father in desperate need of a doctor as his son needed urgent medical attention. Without waiting, he tweeted, and within few minutes a doctor came to examine the kid.

Dilshad tweets 

Medical team coming for help

The Logical Indian appreciates Dilshad Shaikh for his presence of mind, and thank the Ministry for sending prompt help immediately.

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