Mysore: The braveness of Anand, a resident of Koppalu, a small village in Mysore district of Karnataka, is being extremely praised on social media. The purpose behind that is very emotional. Actually, poor laborer Anand has cycled 300 km to bring his son’s medicine. He went from his village to the hospital in Bangalore and introduced medicines.
traveled by bicycle due to lockdown
45-year-old Anand’s son is being handled for 10 years at Nimhans Hospital in Bangalore. Lockdown has been imposed in Karnataka due to Coronavirus outbreak. In such a scenario, when Anand couldn’t get public transport to bring his son’s medicines, he determined to journey 300 km by bicycle to save his son’s life. He left the home on 23 May and returned with medicines on 26 May. Everyone is appreciating Anand’s braveness when the information comes out.
Karnataka: A forty five-year-old Anand, a resident of Koppalu village in Mysore cycles 300 km to Bengaluru to bring his son’s medicine
“I requested for my son’s medicines right here however could not discover it. He cannot skip medicines even for a day. I went to Bengaluru & it took me 3 days,” says Anand pic.twitter.com/nnAUBIBqna
– ANI (@ANI) June 1, 2021
medical doctors helped
A sick son is extra susceptible to epileptic seizures if he doesn’t get medicines. So when Anand reached the hospital by biking this far, the medical doctors have been additionally shocked. He additionally gave him one thousand rupees. However, due to biking a lot, Anand additionally had rather a lot of ache in his again. For this he additionally had to take medicines. As quickly as the information of his lengthy journey unfold, many native leaders additionally got here to meet him and gave him some medicines and rations.
When the images of these leaders went viral on social media, many people scolded these leaders fiercely. At the identical time, after this incident, Revenue Minister R. Ashok stated on Monday that the state authorities is considering to open the lockdown in a phased method by easing the restrictions.