Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Giving Their Dues! Recognising Social Works Of A Common Indian!- Satya Prakash Gupta

 Giving Their Dues! Recognising Social Works Of A Common Indian! - Satya Prakash Gupta 

Mohammad Sharif had been brought under the spotlight because of how well could he go out into society and serve the downtrodden. Despite being 82 years old, he didn’t let his age come in between the society’s upliftment. Fondly called Sharif Chacha, this person had been the reason why for the past 27 years had the unclaimed bodies found soil and got a purpose to be cremated. Hailing from Faizabad, he has earned huge love and respect from all over Uttar Pradesh. Such was his vision that he relentlessly worked for the neglected without even thinking twice about their caste, creed, and religion. He honours the dead and performs the last rites as per their religion holds account of. What left us more spellbound is his extreme financial condition that almost didn’t leave him with any penny to go to the Capital and collect his award. A person who laid down his entire life for the betterment of the poorer had to approach people to pool up some fund.


He always believed that before Hindu or Muslim, people are human. Satya Prakash Gupta urges the youth to not just walk on his footprints and abstain from discrimination but also help such selfless people both financially and emotionally so that they can serve humanity in a better and bigger way. He says unity is going to build the nation and is going to make it great. The appreciation for him never ends.


There’s one such more awardee Jagdish Lal Ahuja who had been serving the society by arranging for Langar meals. He had been doing so and feeding thousands of people daily. He eventually started organising the same at the PGI Chandigarh from January 2000 and soon patients and attendants were also served. He has his property and farmlands where the preparation of the meals takes place and the Government was kind enough to acknowledge such efforts.

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