Kind souls that hails from Bangladesh

Let us remember the acts of kindness shown by our Bangladeshi friends
1) APRIL 2015: Two foreign workers from Bangladesh, Mr P. Muthukumar, 24, and Mr S. Shanmuganathan, 35, saved a toddler, Naureh Fitria Auni, whose head was stuck in between a horizontal metal pole of a drying rack and the balcony of the second-storey flat in Jurong East. This incident surely would have faced a different outcome without the bravery of our Bangladeshi friends.

2) OCTOBER 2013: Four Bangladeshi workers helped two people trying to escape a fire get down from the parapet of their Ang Mo Kio flat. They were given the Public Spiritedness Award by the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) for their quick thinking and selflessness.

3) SEPTEMBER 2000: When three Bangladeshi workers saw fire raging through a block at Telok Blangah Crescent, they rushed to the block and pulled 10 residents to safety. They carried the elderly residents out of their flats and down seven storeys before dashing back up the stairs to save more people. Total disregard for their own lives in order to save people they do not know.

4) NOVEMBER 2015: Heroic Bangladeshi worker disregards own safety to rescue cat drowning in canal. While others stood and watched, unsure of what to do, the heroic worker just jumped into the canal to rescue the cat.

Kudos to these ordinary men, but extraordinary heroes!


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