Delhi's apathy: Onlookers turn blind eye towards badly injured man; DCW Chief comes to his rescue

New Delhi, Sept 13: Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) chief Swati Maliwal on Saturday, Sept 12, proved that she has a heart of gold, when she took a badly injured man to a hospital and became his 'saviour'.

According to a TOI report, one Tilak Singh was lying on road and was profusely bleeding near Kashmere Gate flyover, as an autorickshaw in which he was travelling overturned.

DCW chief Swati Maliwal

The accident led to a huge traffic jam and many people on road noticed Singh, but no one came forward to help him.

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Coincidentally, DCW chief Swati Maliwal was also passing through that route and when she saw him, then, she immediately admitted him to a trauma centre in Civil Lines.

Shocked Swati said that some onlookers advised her not to take man inside her car, otherwise it will put blood stains on her car seats! [Coming soon: Cashless treatment scheme for accident victims]

Tilak Singh was identified as a resident of Rohini and a native of Aligarh, who came to Delhi in search of a job.

Later, Swati took to the micro-blogging site Twitter to appeal people to help accident victims.

"Saw accident victim bleeding on road. No one helped him. Imm got him to Trauma Centre. Appeal: Pl help such victims", she tweeted.

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