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There are no ex-soldiers. Once a Soldier, Always a Soldier! Meet 62-years old Indian Army soldier, Naik Panduram Yadav, a paraplegic veteran on a wheelchair with a 'Never-Say-Die' spirit.

An unfortunate spinal cord injury in the line of duty had him medically boarded out of the Indian Army at a young age. The undefeatable sepoy Panduram fought the unbearable pain and went through the rehab process for many years. He also tried his hands at sports while on the wheelchair. This para-athlete has won many medals at state and national level.

Being on wheelchair hasn't affected his zest for life nor has it dampened his love for India. He is ready even today to protect the country. Salute to his spirit. To be financially independent too, he wants to start a small Photocopying shop in Pune which he can operate even while wheelchair bound. Support him in his endeavour. Please donate generously for this cause via Milaap

Amount needed is INR 4.5 Lakhs for the photocopying machine, small shop and about INR 50k for consumables to start the business and Sepoy Pandurang to stand on his own feet.

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7th February 2018
Dear Donors,

Gratitude and heartfelt  thanks on behalf of Sepoy Panduram and his family. The financial goal needed to help him has been met.

As the next steps, we are placing the order for the Photocopier - Sharp DX 2000 cost of about INR 304,000. In addition, supplies such as paper and ink have also been ordered. The new machine will be inaugurated by February 15 and we will posting the invitation and pictures of the shop and photocopying machine shortly.

Thank you again lovely souls. Blessings of a paraplegic veteran are with you for your kindness.

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Anonymous donated $40.60
Sharan donated Rs.1,000

It will happen.

Uday donated Rs.500