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Delhi TTE proves to be ‘Good Samaritan’, helps woman to deliver baby

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New Delhi, June 14: Humanity still exists. The Indian Railways has proved it, A Delhi based TTE proved to be a 'Good Samaritan'. TTE of Delhi division Shri H.S.Rana helped a woman to deliver her baby at night.

The TTE of Delhi division came as a saviour to help a pregnant woman to deliver a baby, with the help of other co-passengers when no doctors were available on the train. His samaritan and humanitarian act made everyone feel proud.

Delhi TTE proves to be ‘Good Samaritan’, helps woman to deliver baby

The Ministry of Railways tweeted praising the kind act of the TTE.

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On Thursday in another incident, the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF), who have been working tirelessly to ensure the damage from Cyclone Vayu, rescued a pregnant woman who needed pre-term delivery from the coast of Gujarat.

However, healthcare facilities in the major cities across the nation are set to be widely affected as doctors - the saviours are on strike today; protesting after a junior doctor was assaulted in Kolkata, allegedly by family members of a deceased who blamed medical negligence for the death. Doctors at Delhi AIIMS wore helmets, fake bandages to support counterparts in Kolkata who are demanding better security for themselves.

Reportedly, healthcare services have suffered as OPDs in government hospitals remain shut in Kolkata since two days now. Protesting doctors demand better security arrangements while also demanding that the guilty in the assault case be severely punished.

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