Hats off to this Swiggy Delivery boy that he saved a man’s life

On Monday, online food ordering and delivery platform Swiggy, took to its official Instagram handle to share a story about how a delivery person helped a man’s life. A man named Mrunal Kirdat, once helped out  a retired Colonel named Man Mohan Malik into saving his life, and the heartwarming story is winning hearts online.

According to the caption in the post, on December 25 last year, Man Mohan Malik fell seriously ill and his son decided to drive him to the Lilavati Hospital in Mumbai. On the way, there was heavy traffic, due to which they were unable to move even an inch. Mohan’s son frantically pleaded for help and requested two-wheeler riders as they could navigate through the traffic faster and get them to the hospital, but no one stopped.

However, a kind Swiggy delivery man immediately agreed to take them to the hospital. Shouting over and over again, Mrunal Kirdat asked other motorists to give way. Finally, they reached the Hospital. The story doesn’t end there, as after reaching to the hospital, Mrunal quickly informed the staff that Man Mohan was serious and asked them to act at the earliest.

“Mrunal Kirdat went beyond his call of duty to be a true saviour,” reads the caption in the post.

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As per the post’s caption retired Colonel Man Mohan Malik said, “After several weeks at the hospital, I am well. All I could think about was the young boy who gave me a new lease of life. For me, he is truly a “Saviour” as Swiggy calls them. If not for him, I would have perhaps never been able to return to my loved ones. Thank you to him and all the unsung delivery heroes.”

Netizens are proud of the delivery man as they hailed his heroic gesture in the comments section and called him a saviour.

Here are some of the comments:

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