Delhi Sikh Jitendra Singh Shunty defeats coronavirus; Ready to rejoin pro-humanity services

NEW DELHI, India—Delhi based Sikh man Jitendra Singh Shunty, who had contracted coronavirus while offering service of cremating dead bodies of coronavirus patients in Delhi, has completed the quarantine period. He, his wife and two sons have almost won the battle against coronavirus.

Jitendra Singh Shunty is now ready to rejoin the pro-humanitarian services being offered by his organization named Shaheed Bhagat Singh Sewa Dal.

Interacting with media, Jitendra Singh Shunty thanked his team members who continuously kept on serving humanity in his absence.

He also thanked the worldwide humanity lovers who extended well wishes to him and prayed for his well-being during this tough time.

Jitendra Singh Shunty and the volunteers of his organization came forward to cremate dead bodies of coronavirus patients when their relatives start back-stepping in fear of contracting coronavirus.

Till contracting coronavirus, Jitendra Singh Shunty had cremated 233 dead bodies of Covid-19 patients.

आपकी दुआ और आशीर्वाद से CORONA को हराकर हम फिर आपकी सेवा में हाज़िर हैं। 🇮🇳 भारत माता की जय। 🇮🇳

आपकी दुआ और आशीर्वाद से CORONA को हराकर हम फिर आपकी सेवा में हाज़िर हैं। 🙏🏽 🇮🇳 भारत माता की जय। 🇮🇳

Posted by Jitender Singh Shunty on Wednesday, July 15, 2020

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