Jhansi, April 5 (LatestNewsX.com): In a heartwarming incident, a pregnant woman gave birth to a healthy baby boy on the platform of Lakshmibai railway station in Jhansi district, Uttar Pradesh.
This incident is a testament to the strength and resilience of women who can brave all odds and give birth under the most challenging circumstances.
The incident occurred when a couple was traveling from Delhi to Damoh. The woman started experiencing labor pain, but there was no medical help available on the train. That’s when Tanveer Mirza, a fruit juice vendor, saw the couple and came to their aid.
Quick Action by Tanveer Mirza
Tanveer Mirza took immediate action and tweeted the Railways for help, providing the PNR number printed on the couple’s ticket. After only 20 minutes, a team of doctors arrived at the station and attended to the woman. The doctors delivered a healthy baby boy, and both the mother and child are doing well.
Blankets Held Up for Privacy
During the delivery, blankets were held up to ensure the privacy of the woman. After the delivery, the mother and the baby boy were admitted to a railway hospital for further care.
Tanveer Mirza’s Act of Kindness
Speaking about the incident, Tanveer Mirza said, “I saw the pregnant woman in pain, and her husband was looking for help, but to no avail. I rushed to the spot and asked them to give their train ticket. I took the PNR number printed on the ticket and tweeted to the Railways. Immediately, doctors came and treated the woman.”
The incident is an inspiring reminder of the power of social media and how it can be used to help people in distress. Tanveer Mirza’s quick thinking and act of kindness have helped this family in their time of need.
The incident at the Lakshmibai railway station is a shining example of how humanity can still prevail in this world. It is also a reminder of the importance of being kind and compassionate to those in need. We hope that this incident will inspire others to come forward and help those in distress, making the world a better place for everyone.