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Jagannath Puri Rath Yatra: 1200 Volunteers Form A Human Chain To Ensure Free Passage Of Ambulance, Netizens Laud The Humane Gesture

Written By Suchitra Karthikeyan | Mumbai | Published:

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  • 1200 volunteers of the RSS along with lakhs of devotees had created a 'human chain'  to allow the free movement for an ambulance to pass through during the Puri Rath Yatra
  • The video of the beautiful display of humanity was shared by the Twitter handle of Puri SP
  • Recently in Hong Kong, thousands of protestors were seen clearing a path for an ambulance to pass through the crowded streets to carry a collapsed protestor to the hospital

In a remarkable feat of management, 1200 volunteers of the RSS along with lakhs of devotees had created a 'human chain'  to allow the free movement for an ambulance to pass through during the recently concluded Jagannath Rath Yatra held in Odisha's Puri on July 4. The video of the beautiful display of humanity was shared by the Twitter handle of Puri SP.

Human Chain by RSS volunteers and devotees at Puri

The video shows human chains formed by volunteers on two sides of a narrow lane in a highway, amidst jostling crowds attending the festivities at the Rath Yatra. An ambulance in then seen streaking along the cleared pathway within seconds.

Here is the video:

The video has earned applause from netizens:

 

Thousands Of Hong Kong Protestors Clear Pathway Within Seconds To Let Ambulance Pass, Netizens Laud The Civility

Hong Kong protest Human Chain

Recently in Hong Kong, thousands of protestors were seen clearing a path for an ambulance to pass through the crowded streets to carry a collapsed protestor to the hospital.
The video shared by an Israeli correspondent Amichai Stein, shows the ambulance enter the area slowly as it is met by a sea of protestors. The video shows the protestors calmly clearing a pathway in synchronization within seconds as the ambulance proceeds. Once the ambulance passes, the protestors are seen to regroup and cheer.

Nearly million people joined the rally and took to the streets to protest against the bill which was being pushed by Hong Kong's chief executive, Carrie Lam to allow extraditions to mainland China to face trial, as per reports.

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