Help Ravindra who was killed while trying to keep Bharath Swacch

Ravindra-who was killed ruthlessly while trying to “keep Bharath Swacch”
Urgent funds required for welfare of Ravindra’s family
Beneficiary: Ravindra's family (for those who asked: the funds directly transferred via the crowd funding site to beneficiary's account after their standard verification processes)
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Can someone be beaten to death for simply trying to keep his country clean? No reason to believe - right? 
Well, it happened on end of May 2017, when Ravindra, a 31-year-old e-rickshaw driver, was beaten to death when he tried to stop two people from urinating in public in northwest Delhi’s Mukherjee Nagar area.
Strange! Is this a reason to kill somebody?
At their one-room jhuggi, Ravindra Kumar’s wife Rani sleeps on the floor, and does not want to talk to anyone. She is a few months pregnant. “They’ve been married for a year”, and had recently celebrated their first marriage anniversary.
Ravindra had never thought that a simple act f trying to keep India clean would cost him his life.
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“Do not urinate here” - is all he had said:
According to sources, the Police said that the victim, Ravindra Kumar had objected to two men urinating outside Gate number 4 of the GTB Nagar Metro station and asked them to use the public restroom which was barely five metres away. The duo had purchased liquor, and told Ravinder that they would get back at him later, and left the place in another e-rickshaw. They got off near Kirori Mal College.
Around 8 PM, the duo, along with 10 others, returned to the metro station and attacked Ravinder. Another e-rickshaw driver, who tried to intervene, was also assaulted. Ravinder was rushed to a hospital where he died.
The  two students belonged to a prominent college in Delhi University's North Campus and have been detained in connection with the murder of the e-rickshaw driver.  After going through the CCTV footage of the area where the incident occurred, the two students were detained. It was found that they had consumed liquor and performed this brutal act.
Vijender, elder brother of the deceased who also works at the same rickshaw stand and is the head of their Union, said the rickshaw-pullers told him that the assailants used rods and stones wrapped in towels to hit his younger brother. Ravinder had called him to inform about the incident. But by the time he reached the spot, the victim had fallen unconscious. He was rushed to the Bara Hindu Rao Hospital, where he was declared dead on arrival.
The Delhi government has announced Rs 5 lakh compensation for the family of the e-rickshaw driver. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, who announced the compensation for Ravinder’s kin, said the amount will be provided from the LG-CM’s relief fund.
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Whatever funds are raised will be utilized as welfare fund for the Ravindra’s family and yet-to-be-born child. So please contribute and share the fundraiser. 
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3rd August 2017
Dear friends from India and Abroad-
Thank you all so much for supporting this noble cause.
As on today we have been able to raise inr 1.44 lakhs and are planning to partially withdraw funds and help the victim's family in their dire need. The family has been given help from the Govt as well. 
We plan to shoot a video , if possible, and update you all.
Meanwhile, we request you to keep sharing and encouraging your circles to continue contributing so that we can help the family max.
Love and gratitude,

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raised of Rs.500,000 goal

85 Supporters

13 Days to go

Payment options: Online, cheque pickups

Beneficiary: Rani info_outline

Supporters (85)

Anonymous donated Rs.7,400
Mandira donated Rs.1,000
Anonymous donated Rs.3,000
Chaitanya donated Rs.100


Divya donated Rs.500
Jai donated Rs.100

OM Shanti!!