The recent lockdown in Delhi added to their difficulties as it became extremely difficult for him to find a new job. Shakeel's wife Reshma has a history of tuberculosis, multiple pregnancies and lower body aches for which she requires medical treatment. Their growing children, especially their youngest girl child, have special nutritional requirements which they have been unable to fulfill. Their 16 year old daughter also requires dental treatment to fix her missing teeth, a longstanding problem they were forced to delay the treatment for because of their financial troubles. Throughout the lockdown, they have been threatened by their landlord to vacate their house in Bhagirathi Vihar because of their inability to pay the rent on time. The failure of formal mechanisms in providing justice and compensation to the Delhi pogrom victims has meant that many victims have had to rely on civil society groups, NGOs and other networks to rebuild their lives. Shakeel now requires funds to buy a battery rickshaw so that he can resume work and provide for his family, please contribute and share widely!