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Alamjit Singh Mann

Aalamjit Singh Mann is a man whose actions speak louder than words. He is a social worker who has helped dozens of injured and wounded people. He has even saved some who were deep in the clutches of death itself. His story is one that sets an example for each of us to follow.

Early Life

Aalamjit was an intelligent student. He completed his bachelor’s degree and the NIS supporter’s diploma before working as an athletics coach in Kundan Vidya in Ludhiana.

Other Notable Works

Even though Aalamjit ran a coaching center in Chandigarh with his wife, and also owned a commercial center and a restaurant in sector 35, he never let that get in the way of his social service.

Ancestory

Born in Ludhiana, to Surjit Singh and Surjit Kaur, he was always empathetic and sensitive towards people. His father Surjit Singh hailed originally from Pakistan. During the partition, he was forced to watch his loved ones die in front of his very eyes. With nothing left to his name, he decided to come to India empty handed. He passed away in 1990.

Turning Point

While on his way to work one fine day, he saw a jeep swerve to save from colliding into a scooter. The jeep turned over on the footpath and the driver’s head got stuck in between the steering wheel. People had gathered around the scene of mishap but no one offered a helping hand. They just stood witness to and assessed the damage that was done. It was Aalamjeet who made his way through the crowd and managed to pull the driver out of the mangled automobile. He carried the bleeding, unconscious man to Dayanand Hospital on his motorcycle.

Aalamjeet stayed with the man(his name was Kishore Chand,according to his driver’s license) for three nights in the hospital, during which course he attempted to find the man’s family by going to his village and announcing his name tirelessly on the microphone. After a couple of hours, he was finally able to meet the man’s wife. He explained the situation to her and along with few others from their village; they all went back to the hospital. Kishore Chand, who had regained consciousness by that time, was overjoyed.

All the medicines and surgical equipment were taken care of by Aalamjeet. He bore all the expenses without a second thought.

Aalamjeet suddenly remembered his own bike, which had left at the scene of the accident. He ran back to the accident scene only to discover that his bike had been taken in by the police. How he managed to retrieve his vehicle is a story for another day.

But no amount of disappointments and drawbacks could dampen Aalamjeet’s spirit. He was just happy to save someone from becoming one with the dust.

This satisfaction he felt at being a saviour convinced him that he was born for a different purpose altogether.

Goodness Backfires

It is commonly said that “No good deed goes unpunished.” This proverb couldn’t be truer for Aalamjeet Singh. He was so good, that at times he was punished rather than praised for his good deeds.

Whether it be trying to stop people from beating each other to death with hockey sticks and getting beat up instead; or providing doctors and assistance to the victims of terrorist attacks, he sometimes had to take the fall. The people fighting beat him up so bad that he had to keep his arm in a plaster for four months. The terrorists on the other hand, threatened to take his life if he didn’t stop helping the injured.

Instances like these make you stop and think about your safety and the safety of your family. But Aalamjeet was made of different mettle. He didn’t and couldn’t and wouldn’t stop doing good deeds.

Helping a Foreign National

On 7th November, 2000, a young German woman, Ermgard, met with a road accident in Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh – a fatal head injury followed by one month in coma. Aalamjeet had her transferred to PGIMER in Chandigarh where the doctors tried with all their might to revive her. Sadly, she passed away on the 2nd of December, 2000.

With no immediate contact in India, Aalamjeet proceeded to locate her family in Germany. He, however could not find any leads. He contacted a friend of his in Germany and somehow managed to get her phone number.

Her sister responded to his call and came to India to perform her last rites in a Buddhist ceremony. She was very grateful to Aalamjeet for making such efforts to contact her and sent him a long letter expressing her gratitude after reaching Germany.

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