Bareilly (Uttar Pradesh), July 24 (ANI): In a first glance, this place looks like any ordinary Homoeopathy clinic with the doctor attending to patients, while other staff members go about their tasks. But what makes Wadood’s Homoeopathy clinic unique is the message of peace and brotherhood that it spreads. Wadood’s Homoeopathy in Bareilly is run by a Muslim. He is taking forward the legacy of Bareilly’s Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb through his clinic. It is not only Dr. Shariq, but also the other staff members working in the clinic who are glad to be working with and for the people of different communities. Belonging to different communities, they feel connected with each other. The patients coming to this clinic feel very connected to Dr. Shariq, irrespective of their religion. Patients consider Dr. Shariq as a family member and he in turn treats his patients the same way. This is not a one off example in Bareilly but several such examples can be found across the country where Hindus and Muslims have stood beside each other, strengthening secular bond of the society.