A Roadside Vendor Donated His Entire Stock For Kerala Flood Victims Saying This Is His Eid

It is said that true colors are seen when we help or get help at the time of need . Kind gesture and act of kindness can help people. Recently on Eid, a roadside vendor from Kerala did a heart-melting job ,selflessness and helping others.

Kerala is currently going through a worst flood situation,but helping hands are less this year.

About 2.3 lakh people have been displaced and are currently living in relief camps across the state. 

On the other hand a man Noushad, a roadside garment seller from Ernakulam, literally donated everything in his stock as a way to do his bit and help out a lot of people in need. 

Volunteers are trying their best to collect any kind of donations they can get and even they were surprised when they met Noushad.  Accompanied by Malayalam actor Rajesh Sharma, the volunteers reached Noushad’s godown where he started pulling out his entire stock and packing it up. 

His humble statement made everyone realized that humanity is above all He said, “Tomorrow is Eid, this is my Eid. When I die, I can’t take any of these with me. My profit is helping others.”

We need many more Nouhads like this .We salute this generous man who didn’t care for anything except humanity and helping others.

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