SSLC KARNATAKA ENGLISH (SL) 3. THERE’S A GIRL BY THE TRACKS

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SSLC KARNATAKA BOARD EXAM 

 STATE - KARNATAKA  

                EXAM - SSLC 

               BOARD - KSEEB,BANGALORE.

                SUBJECT - EXAM

            CATEGORY - IMP QUESTIONS,RC AND MCQ 

Source - ಸ್ಫೂರ್ತಿ 2021-22 (BENGALURU RURAL)

 

3. THERE’S A GIRL BY THE TRACKS 

 

   
Read the given extracts and answer the following questions:

1. “It’s a regular scene”

a. Which is the regular scene referred to here?

The people swarming into the train and getting down hurriedly in populated Metropolis.

b. Where can one find this regular scene?

In populated Metropolis

c. Do you think is this necessary? If not, why?

No, it is not necessary. If the people rush like that, the children, women or aged or

handicapped may fall down on the tracks.

2. “Baleshwar Mishra couldn’t believe what he had just seen.”

a. What he had just seen?

He saw a young girl lying next to the tracks.

b. Where was the speaker during that time?

The speaker was on another train.

c. How did he react to it?

He grabbed the train red emergency chain and jumped off the still moving train to help her.

3. “There is a girl by the tracks” the voices cried out.

a. Who is the girl mentioned here?

Roma Talreja is the girl referred to here.

b. Whose voices were these?

These were the voices of the people in the opposite train.

c. Why did the voices cry out?

The people saw Roma, a young girl, lying next to the tracks.

4. “Let’s go and help her.”

a. What happened there?

There was a girl by the tracks.

b. Why did they have to help?

She had fallen from the train

c. Who should go there?

People on the other train.


 

5. “His heart hammering his chest, Baleshwar shoved off the still- moving train”.

a. Why was his heart hammering his chest?

Because he saw Roma Talreja on the tracks, he found no helping hand in the train.

b. Why did he shove off the train?

Because nobody came forward to help her. So, he volunteered to help her.

c. What does it tell about him?

He was filled with fear for the girl who was by the track. / He was kind and compassionate.

6. “I hope I am not too late.”

a. Who does ‘I’ refer to here?

Baleshwar.

b. Why did he hope so?

Soon he found her. He knew she was hurt badly and hoped he could help her

c. What did he do?

He carried her to the roadside and shifted her to the nearby hospital.

abc 

7. “Behanji, aap theek hai?” he asked. But there was no response and no help in sight.”

a. Who does behanji refer to here?

Roma Talreja

b. Why was there no response?

Because Roma was injured seriously and fell on the tracks unconsciously.

c. Who took her to hospital?

Baleshwar Mishra

8. “My sister is injured, Please help me take her to a hospital.” But no one stopped.

a. Who does ‘sister’ refer to here?

‘Sister’ refers to Roma Talreja.

b. Who requested it here?

Baleshwar Mishra.

c. Who does ‘no one’ refer to here?

No one ’refers to the motorists on the road.

d. Why was she taken to a hospital?

She fell down on the tracks and was seriously injured.


 

9. “Help me,” Baleshwar pleaded.

a. Who did the Baleshwar plead for?

Baleshwar pleaded for the tempo-truck driver.

b. Why did he request help?

Roma was seriously injured and he wanted to take her to a hospital.

c. Did the others help him? Give a reason.

Nobody helped because they were afraid of court and police.

d. What does “plead” mean?

Plead means beg.

10. “Take the girl to Airoli. There’s a hospital there.”

a. Who suggested it?

The cop

b. Who is the girl here?

Roma Talreja.

c. Why did Baleshwar disagree with his suggestion?

Because Airoli was at least 10 kilometers away and he knew a nearby hospital.

11. “There’s a closer place I know of,”

a. Who is the “I”?

Baleshwar.

b. When did the speaker say so?

When the cop suggested taking Roma to Airoli at that time he said these words

c. Why did he say these words?

Because Airoli was at least 10 kilometers away and he knew a nearby hospital.

12. “He advised that she be moved to a nearby hospital.”

a. Who is the “He”?

The on duty physician of the small hospital.

b. Who did he advise?

To Baleshwar.

c. Why did he advise?

Because the hospital lacked sufficient personnel and equipment.

d. Who does “she” refer to?

Roma Talreja.

13. “Roma stirred and her eyes fluttered open.”

a. Where was Roma at that time?

Roma was in the back of the truck.

b. What could have made her react so?

When the vehicle lurched forward, she stirred and her eyes fluttered open.

c. How did her reaction help Baleshwar?

Baleshwar quickly asked for her name and collected the phone number of her brother, Dinesh to inform about the accident.

14. “Whom can I call?” He asked quickly, fearing that she would black out once more.

a. Who do I refer to?

Baleshwar Mishra

b. What did the listener reply?

Dinesh Telraja

c. What do you mean by ‘black out’ here?

Become unconscious

15. “My brother Dinesh,” she said, slowly giving him Dinesh’s cell phone number.

a. Whose brother was Dinesh?

Roma’s brother was Dinesh.

b. Who did she give Dinesh’s cell phone number?

To Baleshwar Mishra.

c. Why did the listener need Dinesh’s cell phone number?

To inform Roma’s accident to her brother, Dinesh.

d. Where did the conversation take place?

In the back of the truck.


 


16. “Chacha, can I borrow your mobile?”

a. Who wanted the mobile?

Baleshwar

b. Who is the chacha here?

Truck driver

c. Why did he want the mobile?

To inform Roma’s accident to her brother, Dinesh.

17. “Dineshbhai?” a young voice asked

a. Whose voice was that?

It was the voice of Baleshwar.

b. What was Dinesh doing at that time?

Dinesh was wrapping up his day at his marketing job at a retail outlet

c. What did the speaker tell him?

Baleshwar told him that Roma had fallen off the moving train and he was taking her to Divine Hospital in Ghansoli.

18. “I’m on my way,”

a. Who is the “I”?

Dinesh Talreja.

b. Who was this said to?

To Baleshwar Mishra.

c. When did the speaker say so?

When Baleshwar called Dinesh and told about Roma’s accident.

19. “Oh, I couldn’t thank him,”

a. Who was not thanked?

The tempo-truck driver was not thanked.

b. Why should ‘I’ thank him?

Because the tempo-truck driver helped Baleshwar to take Roma Talreja to the hospital when nobody was ready to help him.

c. Why couldn’t he thank him?

Because the tempo-truck driver slipped from the hospital, having done all he could.

 

20. Baleshwar had even revisited the spot

a. Which was the spot he revisited?

The accident spot where Roma had fallen.

b. Why did he revisit it?

To find Roma’s belongings.

c. When did he revisit the spot?

When Dinesh had told him that Roma’s cell and handbag were missing, the next day he revisited the spot.

abc 

21. “I can’t imagine what would have happened if Baleshwar hadn’t been there,”

 

a. Who does ‘I’ and ‘she’ refer to here?

Roma Talreja.

b. Who rescued her?

Baleshwar Mishra.

c. What would have happened if Baleshwar Mishra had not been there?

If Baleshwar Mishra had not been there, she would have bled to death on the tracks alone

22. “I think it’s astonishing that a stranger would jump off a train and risk his life for me.

I can never repay Baleshwar.”

a. Who is the stranger here?

Baleshwar Mishra

b. What was astonishing for the speaker?

The stranger Baleshwar Jumped off a moving train and risked his life for Roma Talreja. This was astonishing for Roma.

c. Why couldn’t she repay him?

Because if Baleshwar had not rescued her in time, she would have bled to death on the tracks alone.

23. “I’m new to Mumbai, but I’ve noticed that people here are afraid.”

a. Who is the speaker of this statement?

Baleshwar Mishra

b. What did they fear about?

Because they feared getting involved in courts or with the police.

c. What is the effect of that on the life of the people of Mumbai?

The effect of that on the life of the people of Mumbai is that nobody is helping one another at the time of rescuing anybody.

 

24. “So why did he do it?”

a. Who is ‘he’?

Baleshwar.

b. What did he do?

He risked his life to save Roma.

c. Why did he do it?

Because he felt that what happened to Roma might happen to him or others any time. So, he sensed that it was his moral obligation to help the other when they were in danger.

25. “She needed help,”

a. Who does “she” refer to here?

Roma Talreja.

b. Who helped her?

Baleshwar helped her.

c. Why did she need help?

She had fallen off a train and was seriously injured. So, she needed help.

d. When did the speaker say so?

When Baleshwar was asked why he had risked his life and saved Roma. 


Multiple choice questions:- (1 Mark)

1) When Roma met with an accident no one volunteered because

a) they were afraid of getting involved in courts or police

b) they were afraid of jumping down from the moving train

c) they were busy in their work

d) they did not know Baleshwar

2) Roma Talreja was a

a) marketing executive

b) call centre executive

c) sales executive

d) house wife

3) Theres a girl by the tracks These were the voices of

a) passengers in Baleshwars compartment

b) passengers in Romas compartment

c) people at the railway station

d) railway employees

4) When Roma met with an accident, the callous behaviour was exhibited by

a) Dinesh Talreja

b) People watching the accident

c) Baleshwar

d) tempo truck driver

5) When Baleshwar pleaded for help from the motorists, nobody helped him except the

a) railway guard

b) doctor

c) tempo- truck driver

d) on-duty Physician

6) When Roma fell on the tracks no one was ready to save her except

a) Dinesh Talreja

b) Baleshwar Mishra

c) People in the opposite train

d) station master

abc 

7) The incident of Romas accident happened on

a) December 10,2010

b) January 26, 2012

 c) August 20 ,2001

d) July 23, 2012

8) Romas fiancé was

a) Dinesh Talreja

b) Baleshwar Mishra

c) Dr. Anil Agarwal

d) Vijay

9) Baleshwar Mishra was unemployed because

a) He was from U.P

b) He was a high- school dropout

c) He was looking for good jobs

d) he had to look after his parents at home

10) Take the girl to Airoli, suggested the cop. But Baleshwar did not agree with him because

a) There was no good hospital at Airoli

b) It was 10 kilometres away

c) There were no equipment

d) the doctors at the hospital were not experienced

11) The physician in the small hospital did only first aid to Roma because

a) the injury was not very serious

b) she could not pay her medical expenses

c) There were no personnel and equipment

d) There were no nurses

12) The only person who volunteered to help Baleshwar was

a) railway guard

b) doctor

c) tempo- truck driver

d) on duty Physician

13) Baleshwar had a good memory. The line which suggests this statement is

a) he memorized Dineshs cell phone number

b) he remembered the nearest hospital

c) he memorized her friends phone number

d) he knew the way to Airoli

14) Romas brother Dinesh Talreja was a

a) software engineer

b)doctor

c) marketing executive

d) shopkeeper

 

15) Finally Roma was given treatment in the

a) small hospital

b) Airoli Hospital

c) government hospital

d) Divine Multi-Speciality Hospital, Ghansoli

16) The doctor at Divine hospital admitted Rama without any paperwork because

a) she was injured seriously

b) he knew Roma

c) it was a private hospital

d) he feared that she may die

17) Baleshwar could not thank the tempo truck driver because

a) it was just his duty to help him

b) Roma was his relative

c)Baleshwar did not know how to thank him

d) he slipped away with his truck after helping

18) Baleshar revisited the spot where Roma had fallen to

a) complain to the railway police

b) look for his belongings

c) look for Romas belongings

d) inspect how the accident happened

19) Roma said I think its astonishing. What was astonishing?

a) she survived in spite of injury

b) a stranger, jumped off a train and risked his life for her

c) the railways helped her

d) the doctor had done a miracle by saving her

20) According to Baleshwar the people of Mumbai could not help at the time of accidents because

a) they were very busy.

b) they were callous to others

c) they were afraid of getting trapped in courts or with the police

d) they dont help strangers.

21) The tempo-truck driver who helped Baleshwar was

a.young and speaking Tamil

b. middle-aged and speaking Gujarati

c. handsome

d. old but concerned

22.The person who helped Roma was

a. a tempo truck driver

b. an auto rickshaw driver

c. a car driver

d. a motorist

23. Romas belongings had been found by

a. Baleshwar Mishra

b. Dinesh Talreja

c. a railway employee

d. the truck driver

 

24. Theres a girl by the tracks, the voices cried out. The voices were of

a. railway employees

b. train passengers

c. truck drivers

d. railway cops

25. Baleshwar Mishra was a

a. B.Com graduate

b. marketing officer

c. high school dropout

d. call centre executive

26. A ................ advised Baleshwar to take Roma to a nearby hospital.

a. truck driver

b. cop

c. commuters

d. on duty physician

27. Baleshwar find Roma

a. By the side of the Tracks

b. By the side of the Road

c. By the side of the Building

d. On the Road

28. To help the wounded girl the trains red chain was pulled by

a. Dinesh Talreja

b. Vijay

c. Baleshwar Mishra

d. a railway employee

29. The other passengers did not volunteer to help Baleshwar because

a. they thought one man was enough

b. the train was moving too fast

c. they were afraid of being legally involved

d. they did not know Baleshwar

30. Oh, I couldnt thank him. Baleshwar thought. Here him refers to the

a. traffic policeman

b. on duty doctor

c. railway employee

d. tempo truck driver

31. Baleshwar had revisited the spot to

a. investigate

b. look for her belongings

c. get assurance

d. meet someone

32. Baleshwar had revisited the spot to

a. investigate

b. get assurance

c. look for Romas belongings

d. meet someone


33. They arrived at a small hospital where

a. they lacked staff and equipment

b. they refused to treat Roma

c. they operated on Roma

d. they found that there was no doctor

34. Roma Talreja felt that she could never repay Baleshwar, because he

a. informed Dinesh about the accident

b. requested all the motorists to save her

c. risked his life to save her

d. pleaded the passengers to save her

35. The other passengers didnt volunteer to help Baleshwar, because

a) They thought one man was enough

b) the train was moving too fast

c) they feared getting trapped in the court

d) they didnt know Roma or Baleshwar

 

36. Oh! I couldnt thank him. Baleshwar thought. The word him refers to the

a. Traffic policeman

b. Dinesh Talreja

c. railway employee

d. tempo truck driver

37. The suitable sentence to explain Baleshwars situation when he jumped from the train is

a. he was shivering

b. his heart was hammering his chest

c. he was running furiously

d. he was standing still

38. Baleshwar Mishra was a

a. graduate

b. marketing officer

c. sales executive

d. high school dropout

39. Romas fall from the train could not be heard as

a. people were talking loudly

b. the train made a loud noise

c. she fell unconscious

d. the people in the train were busy

 

40. Baleshwar saw blood flowing out of a wound on Romas head and he

a. started giving her first aid

b. went in search of a doctor

c. left her to her fate

d. lifted her and made his way across the tracks


Answer the following questions in two or three sentences:

1. Its a regular scene. What was regular about the scene in the lesson There is a girl by the tracks?

Ans. Commuters rushing in and out of railway stations in major cities like Mumbai in India was a regular scene.

2. Having boarded the train, what was Roma looking forward to?

Ans. Having boarded the train Roma was looking forward to finding some space to stand safely.

3. Roma Talreja tried to settle into a corner near the door in the train. Was she right in doing this? What would you have done if you were in her place?

Ans. No, Roma was not right to settle into the corner near the door in a moving train. She tried her best to settle down, but she was jammed between other women. If I were there, I would have settled in a safer place away from the door.

4. Why did Roma panic?

Ans. As Roma got into the train, she was trying to find some space to stand safely on, but she suddenly got pushed. She lost her tenuous foothold and panicked.

5. Roma was thrown out of the coach. What mistake did she make?

Ans. After getting into the train, she tried to settle down in a corner near the door. She was jammed between other women and thrown out of the coach as she did not settle down in a safer place.

6. What did Baleshwar do when he saw a young woman lying next to the tracks?

Impulsively Baleshwar went and grabbed the trains red emergency chain and pulled it down frantically when he saw a girl lying next to the tracks.

 

7. Why did nobody (people of Mumbai) volunteer to help Roma?

Ans.  People of Bombay did not volunteer to help Roma as they were afraid of getting involved or

perhaps of being inconvenienced. They also feared getting trapped in the courts or with the police. So they were callous to strangers even at the time of accidents.

8. What happened to Baleshwar when he jumped off the slow-moving train?

Ans. Baleshwar jumped off the moving train to save the life of a girl. As he landed on the ground a burst of pain shot up in his ankle. But Baleshwar started to sprint back between the tracks though his old rubber slippers were torn off.

9. Baleshwar jumped off the train and risked his life to save a stranger. What does it reveal?

It reveals his simplicity and presence of mind; It shows he cared for human life.

10. Why did Baleshwar hope that he was not too late?

Ans. Baleshwar wanted to save a strangers life risking his life. He was so far away from the girl that he couldnt see her. He hoped that he wasnt too late to save the life of a stranger.

11. Why was there no help in sight when Baleshwar found Roma by the tracks?

Ans. Baleshwar and Roma were alone on the railway tracks somewhere between two stations five kilometres apart, in Thane District, which borders Mumbai. Hence there was no help in sight.

 

12. What did Baleshwar do as soon as he reached the girl by the tracks?

Ans. Baleshwar could see the blood flowing out of a gash behind the young womans head. Saying a silent prayer he lifted the five-foot two-inch, fifty kilo Roma gingerly and made his way across the tracks searching for a way out.

13. Was Baleshwar right in asking Roma her name while she lay in a critical condition? Why

did he do so?

Ans. Yes, Baleshwar was right in asking Roma her name. He had done it to know who she was and to inform her family about the accident.

14. There was no response from Roma when Baleshwar asked her if she was alright. Why was there no response?

Ans. Roma had fallen down from the moving train and got a deep cut at the back of her head. She was unconscious as she lost a lot of blood.

15. Roma stirred and her eyes fluttered open. What made her react in that way?

Ans. The on-duty physician at a nearby small hospital gave the basic first aid which made Roma stirred and her eyes fluttered open.

16. How did Baleshwar spend that particular day of accident?

Ans. Baleshwar spent that day with a friend, grabbed lunch and watched a movie and had boarded the train to go home.

17. How did Baleshwar reach the road?

Ans. Baleshwar crossed through some shrubbery and followed the directions of the sounds of the vehicles to reach a road nearby.

18. Roma loved her job. How did she enjoy her job?

Ans. Roma loved her job by talking and connecting to customers and making new friends. After work she went to the cafeteria where she spent time happily and made plans for the weekends.

19. What did Baleshwar request the motorists? What was the result?

Ans. Baleshwar requested the motorists to help him take Roma to a hospital. Innumerable motorists drove by but nobody helped. A tempo -truck driver at last came forward to help.

20. What was the suggestion given by the cop? Why did Baleshwar disagree?

Ans. The cop (traffic policeman) suggested Baleshwar take the girl to Airoli as there was a hospital.Baleshwar disagreed as Airoli was at least ten kilometres away from that place.

 

21. How was Roma given first aid in a small hospital?

Ans. The nurses in the small hospital helped to admit the young woman. The on-duty physician gave the basic first aid.

22. Why did the on-duty physician give only first aid to Roma?

Ans. The on-duty physician gave the basic first aid as the facility in the hospital lacked the personnel and equipment. He advised that she be moved to a nearby hospital.

23. How could Baleshwar give a message to Dinesh?

Ans. Borrowing the cell phone of the tempo truck driver, Baleshwar called Romas brother Dinesh,memorizing the number that Roma had uttered to him before losing consciousness again.

24. What was Dinesh Talreja doing when he got a call from an unknown person?

Ans. Dinesh Talreja was wrapping up his day at his marketing job at a retail outlet in Ulhasnagar when his phone rang from an unknown number.

25. The doctor at the Divine Multi-specialty Hospital admitted Roma without any formalities. What made him do so?

Ans. Roma had a severe injury on her head and was continuously bleeding. So, the doctor understood the critical condition and admitted her without any formalities.

26. How did the doctors at the Divine Hospital treat Roma?

Ans. Seeing Romas condition, doctors attended her without any paper work.

27. Oh, I could not thank him, Baleshwar thought. Who do you think he couldnt thank? Why?

Ans. Baleshwar couldnt thank the tempo truck driver because he was busy in admitting Roma to the hospital and by the time the formalities were completed, the truck driver had left the place.

28. The truck driver, having done all that he could, had slipped away with his truck. Give a reason.

Ans.  The truck driver was a simple middle aged man who spoke Gujarati, he just wanted to lend a helping hand and did not expect any reward.

29. If Baleshwar had not come forward to help Roma, what would have happened?

Ans. If Baleshwar had not come forward to help Roma, her condition could have become worse. She had a deep cut behind her head and was bleeding. She had lost consciousness.

30. What values can we learn from the lesson There is a girl by the tracks?

Ans. We must learn to extend our helping hand at the time of crisis. Love and compassion should be our religion. We must not let gender, caste, sex and faith influence our decisions to help people.

31. Why did Baleshwar revisit the spot?

Ans. Baleshwar revisited the spot to find Roma's belongings. Dinesh told him that her mobile phone and handbag were missing.

32. Baleshwar got some assurance from a railway employee. What was that?

Ans. When he was looking for her belongings at the spot where Roma had fallen, a railway employee assured that Romas belongings had been found already.

33. After Romas recovery, what did she say about Baleshwar?

Ans. Roma was amazed to learn of the manner in which she had been rescued. She said she couldnt imagine what would have happened to her if Baleshwar hadnt been there. She also said that she could never repay Baleshwar as he risked his life to save her.

34. How did the truck driver help Baleshwar?

Ans.  The truck driver helped Baleshwar to lay Roma on to the back of his truck. He gave his mobile to Baleshwar to make a call to Romas family members. He also helped Baleshwar to take Roma to the Divine multi-specialty hospital.

35. Baleshwar had a good memory, do you agree?

Ans. Yes, Baleshwar had a good memory. Roma had given him her brothers cell phone number before she lost consciousness again. Baleshwar quickly memorized it and got a cell phone from the truck driver to place a call to Romas brother Dinesh.

Answer the following in 3-4 sentences

1. How did Baleshwar manage to take the girl to Divine Multi-specialty Hospital?

Ans-  Baleshwar jumped off the moving train and reached the place where Roma had fallen without any delay. He held the blood covered Roma in his arms, crossed through some shrubbery and followed the directions of the sounds of the vehicles to reach a road nearby. Baleshwar requested the motorists to help him take Roma to a hospital. Innumerable motorists drove by but nobody helped. A tempo -truck driver at last came forward to help .The cop (traffic policeman) suggested Baleshwar take the girl to Airoli as there was a hospital. Baleshwar disagreed as Airoli was at least ten kilometres away from that place. Baleshwar knew a small hospital nearby and took her there. The nurses in the small hospital helped to admit the young woman. The on-duty physician gave the basic first aid as the facility in the hospital lacked the personnel and equipment. He advised that she be moved to a nearby hospital. With the help of the truck driver they reached the Divine Multi-Specialty Hospital. Roma had a severe injury on her head and was continuously bleeding. So, Dr. Anil Agarwal understood the critical condition and admitted her to the ICU without any formalities.

 

2. Though Baleshwar was a high school dropout and unemployed he was a compassionate human being. Justify the statement.

OR

The Dalai Lama says, “Love and compassion are the true religions to me”. Explain this statement relating to the lesson ‘there is a girl by the tracks.

Ans- Baleshwar was really a kind-hearted, simple young man. When he saw Roma lying by the side of the tracks he impulsively pulled the chain and jumped off the train to save a girl. Then he took her in his arms and walked across the tracks towards the road crossing some tracks through some shrubbery in the direction of the sound. Though many motorists did not come forward to help upon repeated requests, he managed to take her to a nearby hospital with the help of a tempo truck driver. After the first aid in the small hospital she was admitted to the Divine multi-specialty hospital at Ghansoli. While helping he did not think of the caste, sex or religion of the deceased. Only love and compassion and humanity were in his mind.

3. Write briefly the personal details of Baleshwar and Roma.

Ans- Roma Talreja was a 21- year – old, B. Com graduate from Pune. She was working as a call Centre executive for two years. She loved her job, talking and connecting to customers and making new friends. She felt happy and active. Baleshwar Mishra was a 19 - year old, high school dropout. He was a tall thin youngster from Mirzapur, UP. He was unemployed and had come to Mumbai recently. In Mumbai he was living with his two elder brothers and was looking for a job.

 

4. The truck driver and Baleshwar need our appreciation. Discuss in detail.

Ans- Baleshwar, an unemployed high school dropout needs our appreciation as he has done a great job, what an educated person hesitates to do. When not a single passenger from the over packed train came forward to save a stranger’s life, Baleshwar jumped off the moving train risking his life. The passengers feared the inconvenience and getting trapped in the courts or with the police. Baleshwar came forward to help only with compassion, love and mercy which are worthy to be appreciated. The truck driver was a simple middle-aged man who spoke Gujarati, he just wanted to lend a helping hand and did not expect any reward. He had helped Baleshwar to lay Roma on to the back of his truck. He gave his mobile to Baleshwar to make a call to Roma’s family members.He also helped Baleshwar to take Roma to the Divine multi-specialty hospital. When no motorists who were well off came forward to help, the truck driver leaving his daily earning he accompanied Baleshwar till Roma reached a hospital that could treat her injury. Simple man’s great work really needs our appreciation.


 


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