Bihar was subjected to a sudden natural disaster where River Kosi had flooded the entire state swamping around 9500 villages in Northern Bihar. It brought about great loss not only of economy but also of its people. Many people lost their life and many children were turned orphan. Not to mention that people lost their way of earning livelihood as they were largely dependent on agriculture and dairy farming and both these sectors were ruined by this natural calamity. Mr. Kamboj was shocked with the conditions prevailing and felt a deep desire to help the suffering people. As a result of this, he donated a huge amount for the rehabilitation of the affected individuals. Being a key part of the company, he motivated his colleagues to contribute in any way possible. In addition, on the eve of his birthday, Mr. Kamboj donated an ambulance for the needy people, which was the need of the hour. It had not only aided the weaker section of the society but had also rendered sparked hostility and quibble for the conveyance of spirit less bodies. It had also reduced the possibility of increasing death rate due to unavailability of ambulance. He did this respectable task on the eve of his birthday and had proved once more that no doubt he is responsible and a good citizen of India. The entire needy section had blessed him from the core of their heart for his great work.