Bengaluru ambulance drivers hailed for covering over 3,000km to transfer Naga woman's mortal remains
24, May 2020, 5:59 PM
Bengaluru: In a heart-warming incident amidst the pall of gloom over the coronavirus pandemic, two ambulance drivers covered over 3000km to take the mortal remains of a Naga woman back home. The duo travelled from Karnataka's Bengaluru to Dimapur. Komatigunta Shivaprasad and Bhaskar KV were presented a Sumi Naga scarf by the deceased's family members upon arrival at New Field Check Gate, Dimapur, on May 19 night as a token of appreciation.
Ambulance driver Komatigunta Shivaprasad shared his experience on what it was like to cross five states in 68 hours and how they managed to do it. This initiative to transport the mortal remains was taken by Sumi Students’ Union Bengaluru and Sumi Fellowship Bengaluru.