Help Tanmoy to Lead Normal Life and Aid His Widow Mother

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Story :
TANMOY  DUTTA, age 18years studying in 2nd Year Engineering (Mechanical at Hoogly,  son of Late Tapas Dutta met an accident and his left arm is not working due to multiple fracture, now he  is admitted at Right Hospital (P) Limited, Chennai.  Doctor suggested an operation need to be done immediately, accordingly operation done on 13.11.2017 by borrowing money from others. His current condition doesn’t allow him to work and was finding it difficult to gather funds for the surgery.

Family Background:
Tanmoy Dutta is from a poor background and needs all the support can get for the treatment. His father expired 2 years back, his uncle working in small private firm whose income cannot help him to go through all these expenses. The treatment so far has been supported by the family and friends.
Tanmoy Dutta and his widow mother, it is quite impossible to pay further expenses for further treatment. As per doctor’s statement his fully recovery will take almost 1.5 year (One and half year).   So, if we could lend a hand to his family, Tanmoy’s mother will get his son back and will able to lead his normal life and continue his studies for better future.

Request:
Just think about your love ones who are no more and you could have done something for him/ her at that moment. Please help Tanmoy mother to get his son back and can lead normal life.



Few copies of Medical Bill receipt so far
Few copies of Medical Bill receipt so far

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Rs.19,300
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