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Help Poor Burn Victims from Jharkhand

Help 2 Rural Women Burn Survivors

 Immediate help needed:

 Pratima Kumari  and daughter in law Gayatri Devi are fighting for their lives with severe burn injuries in Devkamal Hospital and Research Center, Bajra, Itki road, Ranchi 834005 

 

How it happened: Naresh Mahto ji and his family traveled from Delhi to their village in Giridih Jharkhand for their daughter Pratima Kumari’s wedding. On 25th April, due to an local small-cylinder (not normal LPG) blast at his home, his 30 year old son Pawan Kumar died with severe burn on his way to hospital. The bride Pratima Kumari and daughter in law Gayatri Devi are fighting for their lives with severe burn injuries. Pictures attached. 

 Financial Condition of Family: Naresh ji works in a Socks factory in Delhi and earns Rs 15,000 a month. 

Funds needed: We are aiming for at least 10 lakh INR which is approx US $15,750 ( amount depends on how soon Pratima and Gayatri are out of danger and how long they are to be kept under ICU)

 Why: Considering the gravity of the situation and that they will recover faster in private hospital, we have to keep them there for at least 4 weeks. All funds will be used for:

  1. Everyday cost of Rs 15,000 for medicine, dressing, hospital bed, physiotherapy, testing, doctor visits, fooding, lodging etc
  2. If the ladies survive, they will need rehabilitation to carry on a normal life too. 
  3. Last rituals of Pawan Kumar
  4. Feed the poor family of Naresh Kumar as he has no savings

Please skip your one-week restaurant with family or anything that you can avoid and HELP THIS POOR FAMILY in distress. Kindly be generous and donate/help with ANY amount you can.

The donated amount will directly be credited to Naresh Mahtojee's account for the medical expenses he is incurring daily.


For more information, you can contact: drumi@karmakonnect.in

 Thanks

Drumi Bhatt
Facebook: KarmakonnectIndia


Pratimakumari Provisional Bill Till 27.05.2017. Slow recovery
Pratimakumari Provisional Bill Till 27.05.2017. Slow recovery
GayatriDevi Bill-through 27/5. Surgery successful.Slow recovery
GayatriDevi Bill-through 27/5. Surgery successful.Slow recovery
Pratimakumari Provisional Bill 20/5 including surgery. Slow Recovery
Pratimakumari Provisional Bill 20/5 including surgery. Slow Recovery
GayatriDevi Bill-through 20/5. Surgery successful.Slow recovery
GayatriDevi Bill-through 20/5. Surgery successful.Slow recovery
Pratimakumari Bill through 15/5 including surgery costs
Pratimakumari Bill through 15/5 including surgery costs
GayatriDevi Bill-through 15/5. Surgery not included. Scheduled 16/5
GayatriDevi Bill-through 15/5. Surgery not included. Scheduled 16/5
Young Daughter Gayatri - Severely Burnt
Young Daughter Gayatri - Severely Burnt
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23rd June 2017
Dear Supporters,
Remaining funds from Milaap are being withdrawn for Naresh Mahtojee.
The girls are recovering well, but still under pain. Rehabilitation efforts are ongoing and we are hoping for the best.

Please reach out to us if you need any further information.
We THANK YOU ALL for your generous support. Please pray for their recovery.

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Rs.787,358
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Beneficiary: Naresh Mahto info_outline

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Naren donated $50

Wish their family strength and speedy recovery and support. We donated earlier in Apr-May 2017.

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Anonymous donated Rs.1,000

May all of you come out of your sorrow. May nature help you to fight with this situation. May you be calm and peaceful.

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Pavana donated $50

So sad to hear...Condolences and prayers. Praying for speedy recovery of the family.

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Sagarika donated $25

Our prayers for speedy recovery... OM

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Anonymous donated Rs.1,000