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Bus driver saved more than 70 lives in Gurdaspur Terror Attack

 

The alertness and bravery of a bus driver 47-year-old Punjab Roadways driver Nanak Chand Sharma saved several lives as terrorists launched an attack on Gurdaspur district of Punjab which left 3 civilians and 4 policemen dead.
Punjab Roadways driver Nanak Chand did not panic even when the terrorists fired at the bus and instead scared the terrorists by driving towards them.

As the terrorists, numbering four, moved back, the driver swerved the  bus and drove it away. Since shots were fired at the bus, Nanak Chand drove it straight to a government hospital to get the injured passengers treated. He also called up the police to inform about the incident.

“There were 75 passengers in the bus. I thought that it was important to save their lives. I did not stop the bus,” Nanak Chand told journalists.

The incident took place around 5:30am on Monday.

“The driver’s alertness saved several lives. Otherwise, the passengers could have been an easy target for the terrorists,” said a Punjab Roadways general manager as reported in Deccan Herald

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