In today's day and age, it is very difficult to find examples that prove to us that humanity still exists but, some people from Indore have certainly done their part in re-instating our faith in humanity.

As per reports, locals in Indore formed a human chain in Chand Khedi village to save the lives of two individuals who were washed away in an overflowing stream.


Manish Dawar, in-charge of Gautampura Police Station, in an interview with Times Now said the two victims were milk traders by profession and they were identified as Bhura Khan (24-years-old) and Ashiq Khan (20-years-old).

Ashiq Khan and Bhura Khan were on their way to work, with milk vessels in their hands when they ended up being pulled into the heavy current.


Ashiq Khan was rescued by the locals but the search for Bhura is still underway.

Seeing this gesture, even twitter couldn't stop applauding the locals.

Thank you Indore, for making us believe that humanity still exists. Hats off, for you courage and effort.