Recently, a Pakistani terrorist named Tabarak Hussain was caught by the security forces at the Line of Control near the Jammu region. The Indian army personnel gave blood to save the life of the terrorist and sets an example before the world that humanity stands as the biggest religion in the world.

According to the news agency, the terrorist who was apprehended is a resident of Sabzot village in the Kotli region of PoK. He came here to assist a colonel of the Pakistani army in funding terrorist activities on the Indian land. Presently, he is under medical surveillance at an army hospital and is recovering gradually which can be much attributed to the Indian effort.

The terrorist revealed that he had been funded by a Pakistani colonel to carry out an attack on the Indian army. Although, he was shot in the process but his other companions managed to flee from the spot. Hussain revealed that he travelled to the same location in 2016, but failed to launch an offensive on the army personnel.

Hussain was brought to the hospital in a very severe condition but now he is steadily recovering. It may take a few weeks for him to recover fully.

The event in itself sounds very ironic where the Indian army is donating it's blood to save the life of a terrorist. The physician in charge of the medical supervision says that "For us, everyone who comes here is a patient. Being a doctor, it is our primary job to save the life of our patients. We have made the same effort to save his life that we would have made for soldiers or others. Our Indian soldiers even donated his blood and saved his life. This is their valor".

The aforementioned event has again brought into the limelight that, 'Service to Humanity is Service to God.'

'One must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is like an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty.' - Mahatma Gandhi.

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