The father has died. Mother and brother are undergoing treatment for Corona in the hospital. Mukund, a doctor at Sanjeevani Hospital in Pune, is doing his duty by serving patients first.
Pune’s doctor Mukund’s father died of corona and after that he did not even get time to shed tears in the manner.
The situation is critical. There is no way to see the condition and pain of the patients. Therefore, it is necessary to fulfill the duty first. Then I will understand the pain of relationships and will also fulfill the debt of milk. This idea belongs to a doctor from Pune whose father died of corona and after that he did not even get the time to shed tears and immediately started serving the patients. His mother and brother are also undergoing treatment in the hospital. Dr. Mukund is the director of Sanjeevani Hospital.
Dr. Mukund is being discussed a lot on social media. Dr. Mukund says that the situation is quite serious. In such a situation, we cannot sit peacefully. The grief and troubles of the patients are not seen. This allegiance and service spirit of Dr. Mukund is discussed everywhere. Many people in social media have set for this service spirit. Many people have prayed for their mother and brother and wish them well that they get well as soon as possible.
‘How much sorrow is there in the world, how little is my sorrow’
It is only with such people that goodness prevails in the world, there is a dependence on humanity. The line of a song is missing, ‘How much sorrow is there in the world, how much is my sorrow, and if you see others’ sorrow, you forget your sorrow’. These lines fit perfectly on people like Dr. Mukund. A similar example has also emerged from Delhi AIIMS. His mother died when a nurse was only one year old. After this, she was raised as a mother by her grandmother. Now grandmother is also dead. But this nurse forgets the grandmother’s departure and is engaged in serving the patients.
According to the information received, the name of this nurse is Rakhi and he is working as a nursing officer in AIIMS. Rakhi is originally from Kerala. Rakhi’s husband is also a nursing officer. His grandmother died of corona in Kerala. Rakhi got married three years ago. Since then she has not been able to meet her grandmother. They say that due to corona duty, I cannot go to Kerala at the moment. Even if gone, I will not be able to see the grandmother’s face. That is why I have decided to give priority to my duty. I see my grandmother’s face in every corona patient. Serving these Corona patients is my first religion.