Social worker Abdul Qadir is setting a good example of humanity during the global recession

Physician in making Abdul Qadir is a 23-year-old MBBS student, who belongs to a small village named Mahul, in the district Azamgarh, in Uttar Pradesh.
UPDATED ON NOV 12, 2020 05:53 PM IST

We learn the most when reality hits us hard. The global recession in 2020, has taught us the value of simple things in life. Many people lost their jobs, the education systems became unreachable to remote area students, a huge number of deaths, economic crash, increasing-price of daily commodities turned the world upside down. The situation affected all the countries, but the developing countries suffered the most.

The government tried to help the people as long as they could, but at a certain point of time, it was realized that keeping up the balance was not possible for the government single-handedly. Many people came forward on their own to serve people, one of them was Abdul Qadir.

Physician in making Abdul Qadir is a 23-year-old MBBS student, who belongs to a small village named Mahul, in the district Azamgarh, in Uttar Pradesh. From childhood, he used to dream about helping needy people whenever he got a chance. He wanted to become a doctor, due to the novelty attached to this beautiful profession. He worked hard to get this position. After completing his schooling, Abdul Qadir shifted to Kota, Rajasthan to study for the preparation of National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for Undergraduate Medical students. After 2 years of tedious preparation, he managed to get admission into a private medical college.

Abdul Qadir wanted to do something great for society. He believes in the power of youth and thinks that only youth can change the world. Be it medicine, treatment, or any essential things, Abdul Qadir always tries to reach out to the common and poor people. His heart cries for the hardship of the poverty-stricken community. Feeling for others is one of the great characteristics of human being, and modesty coming out of the herd for them is a noble activity.

Social worker Abdul Qadir is one of those generous people who finds happiness in the smile of other people. The COVID-19 pandemic has taught a lot of things, we should consider utilising the lessons in real life.

One small step of a man is one giant leap for mankind. Abdul Qadir believes that we should always embrace with tender affection the whole of humanity, especially the poorest, the weakest, the least important. The world can not be destroyed by the people who do evil things, but who notice the bad things happening and stay numb. They are the rotten part of the society.

Abdul Qadir distributed basic ration to more than families. He filled a car with pulses, oil, rice, salt, medicines, and many essential things. He wishes to treat people free of cost in near future. He wants to set an example of a good human being in society.

Abdul Qadir wanted to do social work from childhood. During the global recession, everybody was put into a test. Abdul Qadir found this time to help others and accomplished his dream.

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