My name is Radhakishan and I am here to fundraise for my nephew, Prema.
He had lost both hands in an accident, the cost of treatment is 25 lakhs. He is the eldest of his brothers. He was well aware of his responsibilities. He knew that he would do the job only when his younger brother would be able to read. After passing the 10th exam, he went to school and started doing small works of electricity for home expenses. But did he know that a shock of electricity would give him a sting of life? In an incident, he lost both hands. But he is still studying in the hope of becoming something in the mind.
Some time ago a physician at a camp in Kerala's Kochi hospital examined him, then the ray of hope was unleashed. He may get his hands again but the treatment cost will come to 30 lakh rupees. This is not possible for a family who is struggling. That is why people of the family and village are praying for help from Bhamashahs. Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi himself has given the help of one lakh rupees. If Bhamashah comes forward, he can again save his fate with his own hands.
This story is about Prema Ram, son of Mohan Lal Chaudhary (30), resident of Kotri village in Roopangarh, near Kishangarh. Mohan Lal, who arrived for help at the Jawaharlal Nehru Hospital on Monday, met at the hospital superintendent, Dr. Anil Jain's room. Divyang's father told that after working with a contractor, he lost both hands due to electric shock. He is currently studying as a graduate at Patni College, Kishangarh. Both brothers are wage in the marble area. He himself wages in the Khan Area.
The Prime Minister also gave the help of one lakh rupees. , many bamashahas in the district are coming forward.
BIG HANDS FOR HELP :-
The family said that after discovering the situation of Premma Ram, RK Marbal helped Rs 3 lakh, the family contacted the Prime Minister's Office, the Prime Minister himself released a lakh rupees from there. The rural and contractor has helped 2 lakhs. When the District Collector, Aarti Dogra came to know about the matter, he apprised the Chief Minister about this matter.
KERALA TO GET NEW HANDS IN KOCHI : - During the treatment in the clinics and camps, a physician informed about AMRITA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES HOSPITAL located in Kochi, Kerala, where the hands are re-operated. To save the life of his child, the family came to Kochi such as Takhti. There the doctors of the camp examined the ray of hope. Operation will go away but the expenditure will come upto 30 lakhs. In the past, a WOMAN and a young man from AFGANISTHAN have been operated. Those who have been re-handheld. She has started working again. For this reason, in the new Aussies, for the treatment of the family and village PREMA RAM the rates for rate of admission to the administration and the help of Bhamashaho.