VIDEO: Why This Tea-Garden Worker is Running a Free Ambulance Service on Two Wheels

A tea garden worker spent half his earnings operating an ambulance service on his bike and would travel more than 45 kms at a stretch to reach the hospital.

A tea garden worker spent half his earnings operating an ambulance service on his bike.

Find his motive here:


Karimul Haque spends half his earnings to operate ‘Karimul Bike Ambulance’-  a free motorbike service in his village, Dhalabari. To reach a hospital, locals need to travel more than 45 kms at a stretch! It was because of this very reason that his mother passed away. Not wanting to see his village suffer the same plight he started this service free of cost. He has reportedly saved over 3,000 citizens.

Hearing his story from the internet, several well-wishers supported him financially, allowing him to pay off his bike loan. Bajaj heard of his incredible story & gifted him a new specially-designed motorbike.

Showing us that humanity sure does pay off!

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