How Mukesh Doshi's life changed after Mumbai blasts

On the day bustling Century Bazaar turned into a graveyard, Dr Mukesh Doshi, just 100 metres away from where the RDX-laden Commander Jeep went off, ran for cover.

But he never forgave himself for having left the scene. Not until he decided that it was never too late to redeem himself and lend a helping hand.

Doshi started working for the less fortunate - including the victims of the 2001 Gujarat earthquake as well as the July 11 serial train blasts. He now helps those who developed complications like inability to hear, limb-related problems and other health disorders through the Sree Bidada Sarvodaya Trust in Kutch where Doshi works as the director. Treatment and accommodation are free of cost for these patients.

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