Founder Buys School Bag For Uber Driver's Daughter

In a recent act of kindness that has touched hearts across the nation, social activist Kiran Verma, the founder of Simply Blood, purchased a school bag for an Uber driver’s daughter. The story, shared by Verma on Facebook, has since received widespread praise and admiration.

What Happened: Verma, who is presently undertaking a 21000 km walk to promote blood donation awareness, had a poignant interaction with an Uber driver. During the journey, Verma overheard the driver’s daughter expressing her desire for a new school bag, a wish her father, due to his financial circumstances, was unable to grant.

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Verma, deeply affected by this, chose to alter his destination and guided the driver to a nearby shop. Despite his own financial limitations, he purchased a school bag for the driver’s daughter using his wife’s account. Verma’s Facebook post about the incident underscored the significance of kindness and the need to assist those in less fortunate situations.

The post that has now gone viral has more than 1.7 lakh likes and around 6,000 comments. It has also been shared over 15,000 times.

The driver, deeply moved by Verma’s act, sent him a photograph of his daughter beaming with her new school bag. The post on Facebook received a flood of positive responses from internet users, lauding Verma’s act of kindness and the joy it brought to the young girl.

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