Two Sikhs -- Inderjit Singh and Mohinder Singh -- risked their own lives to transport dozens of Muslim neighbors to safety. These are the heroes our world needs today.
This is Mohinder Singh. During the anti-Muslim riots in Delhi, he and his son used their motorcycle to help 60+ trapped Muslim women + children escape. When he came back for the men, he tied Sikh turbans on them, to hide the fact they were Muslim.
A local who saved his Muslim neighbours said: "I just saw people. I saw little children. I felt like they were mine and that nothing should happen to them. We all should act humanely and help those in need." Humanity is more powerful than religion!
<Silver Lining On A Dark Cloud> How a Sikh father-son duo saved the lives of 60 to 80 Muslim neighbours on the worst day of the #DelhiRiot2020 in the national capital, reports for
Mohinder Singh took exceptional steps to ensure the safety of Muslim residents in one of the worst-hit neighbourhoods in the Delhi Riots.
“I did not see Hindu or Muslim, I just saw people. I saw little children. I felt like they were my children and that nothing should happen to them. We did this because we all should act humanely and help those in need." #Humanity #DelhiRiots
Mohinder Singh took exceptional steps to ensure the safety of Muslim residents in one of the worst-hit neighbourhoods in the Delhi Riots.
❤️ NEW DELHI — On 24 February, as the worst communal violence since the 1984 Sikh riots swept Delhi, Mohinder Singh and Inderjit Singh used a Bullet motorcycle and scooty to transport somewhere between 60-80 of their Muslim neighbours to a safe location.