Yakaiah Pachimatla and his wife grew up a rural village in Telangana. Their village had no provision for education, electricity, healthcare or sanitation, so when they got married 5 years ago, this couple moved to Hyderabad hoping to provide better for their children. Unfortunately, lack of education and proper identification documents forced Yakaiah into a low-income role as a personal car driver for a salary of Rs. 8500/month.
One day, Sanjay's condition got serious. He had to be admitted to the hospital where a panel of tests revealed that he had a metabolism and growth disorder. Unsatisfied and unclear about what they heard, the parents went on a search for verification. They discovered that 2-year-old Sanjay's liver was failing and he had just 3 months to live.
Yakaiah is now out of options. He is taking odd jobs to make as much money he can to pay for the surgery that will cost Rs. 16 lakhs. If they cannot come up with the funds within 3 months, Sanjay does not stand a chance.