Delhi, June 14: Delhi Travelling Ticket Examiner (TTE) on Thursday-Friday night proved that humanity still exists. The TTE of Delhi Division, H.S. Rana helped a pregnant woman deliver a baby on the train. According to a tweet by Indian Railways, Rana came as a saviour to help woman was going through labour pain and helped her deliver when no doctor was available on the train. 20-Year-Old Woman Traveling to Mumbai, Gives Birth at Thane Railway Station.
Feeling proud of Rana's act, Indian Railways posted a tweet titled "Serving Passenger with a smile". "INDIAN RAILWAYS, SERVING PASSENGERS WITH SMILE: TTE of Delhi division Shri H.S.Rana helped a woman deliver baby at night, with help of co-passengers, when no doctor could be found on train. His Samaritan and humanitarian act makes us feel proud," Ministry of Railways Tweeted. New Year Baby Born on Moving Train: Mumbai Woman Delivers Twins on January 1, 2019 - One on Train, Other in Railway Station's Waiting Room.
Tweet by Ministry of Railways:
INDIAN RAILWAYS, SERVING PASSENGERS WITH SMILE : TTE of delhi division Shri H.S.Rana helped a woman deliver baby at night, with help of co-passengers, when no doctor could be found on train. His Samaritan and humanitarian act makes us feel proud. pic.twitter.com/9IgbKdpHJ4
— Ministry of Railways (@RailMinIndia) June 14, 2019
On March 28, a 24-year-old woman gave birth to a baby on a moving train near West Singhbhum-Rourkela (Odisha) border. The woman was travelling with her husband when she started feeling labour pain. She was rushed near the toilet and gave birth safely with help of a Doctor and women co-passengers. The TTE, RPF and other railway staff also ensured their best service to the woman.
Meanwhile, the healthcare facilities all over the country are affected today as most of the doctors are on a strike. The development comes after a junior doctor was assaulted by family members of the deceased, who blamed medical oversight as a cause of death.