Sunil is hardworking and responsible. The helmet he wore saved him from a severe head injury, but his life is still in danger.
He's the only support for his mentally ill mother and father with a damaged liverEven when Sunil (23) was studying in college, he worked part-time to support his education. He always dreamt big. Nearly a month ago, Sunil started working as a marketing executive at BharatPe. He also took up the evening shift as a delivery executive at Zomato to be able to save more and support his parents. Collectively, he earned around Rs. 17,000-18,000 a month. It hasn’t been easy for Sunil – the sole breadwinner of the family.
“His father’s liver is damaged and his mother is mentally ill. His father hasn’t been able to work in nearly a year now. He’s been taking care of both of them single-handedly. He’s all they have. No matter how difficult it was, he always made sure to send money home to Bailur. He was even saving to build a house for them.” – Avinash, Sunil’s cousin who’s with him in the hospital
Sunil's cousin, Avinash, and friend, Tariq at the hospital
Sunil’s friends and relatives have come together to help him, but it's not enoughOn February 6th, Sunil was rushed in an ambulance to a hospital in Manipal. The people in the house near which the accident happened saw Sunil and immediately called for help. Rama and Baby, Sunil’s parents, are in shock. Due to their illnesses, they can’t be with Sunil in the hospital. Sunil’s friend Tariq, cousin Avinash and uncle Sundar have been helping with the treatment so far. His other friends have also come forward to help. They’ve spent 4 lakhs on his treatment so far.
"Anyone who knows him, knows how kindhearted and helpful he is. Despite everything he's been through, he would be the first to lend a helping hand. So his friends didn't hesitate to come forward to help him. But everyone has already done everything they could."- AvinashSunil has had two surgeries and is currently under dialysis for his failing kidneys. He needs to stay in the ICU for longer to recover and needs your help now.
Sunil's uncle with him in the hospital
Sunil is still in shock, but he’s determined to make itSunil is now off ventilator support. He doesn’t talk much and is still in shock after his accident, especially on seeing that he lost his left leg. His poor, ailing parents have no one else to rely on. Sunil has his whole life ahead of him. He has always overcome obstacles with a positive attitude. But this time, he needs your help to recover from this tragic accident.
Your support will save Sunil's life.