Vipin Kumar, from Itawa is being applauded all across for his caring act of prioritizing humanity over anything else.
The BJP MLA s being appreciated for the noble work he did by saving three injured accident victim on Agra – Lucknow Express highway.
According to the reports, three people were deadly injured on Agra-Lucknow expressway after their car met with an accident. There is a saying that humanity comes first, when asked he said “Mere Liye wo sirf Insaan the, ye mane nahi rakhta hai ki wo Hindu the ki Muslaman the, Ek Insaan hone ke Nate mera kartabye banta hai unka jaan bachana, Main kya mere jagah par koi or hota to wo bhi yahi karta” (For me they were humans, what religion they belongs to doesn’t matter to me. Being a human being it was my moral duty to help the victims, not only me if there was someone else he would also have done same thing).
Sources have it that Mr Vipin was on the way for a meeting to Lucknow from Agra when he spotted a crowd around an overturned car in the middle of the road. He skipped his scheduled meetings and spent more than three hours to help the injured.
The incident took place on Monday afternoon near Aliyarpur Pilkhana village of Hassanganj police jurisdiction of Unnao district. The car in which the family of five was travelling from Kannauj district to Deva Sharif, Barabanki, allegedly rammed into a divider and turned turtle. One woman, identified as Rukshana, was killed on the spot. Four others, Waqar Waris, Anish, Praveen Bano, Shezaad were severely injured.
Speaking to TOI, MLA Vipin Kumar David said, “It was shocking that people were standing near the victims, but none came to help them. Instead, they kept on dialling to emergency services. I took my guard and driver along with me and went down the roadside. We covered the injured with some pieces of clothes. We gave them water and tried to keep them in a conscious state.” He said, “It took more than 45 minutes for dial 100 PRV (police response vehicle) to reach the accident spot though the local people sought assistance long before we reached there. We took the injured in an ambulance, in a dial 100 PRV and in another vehicle, an escorted them Lucknow’s KGMU trauma centre.”
“For me they were just humans. It does not matter to me whether they were Muslims or Hindus. As a human being, it was my duty to save their lives and that’s what I did and everyone should do in such situations,” he further added.
Along with this, he also addressed to the issue of delayed response of the emergency services and the unavailability of ambulance on the expressway saying, “I don’t understand why there was no ambulance or PRV on the expressway. Why did they take so much time? The authorities must answer to these questions.”