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Meet The First Indian Without Arms To Get A Driving License
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    Vikram Agnihotri
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    from Indore, Madhya Pradesh

Dear Patron,
It gives us immense pleasure to introduce you to a unique fund raising event, never been done before.  Mr. Vikram Agnihotri, the first Indian to be issued a permanent driving licence for a car, will compete in the up-coming Maruti Suzuki Desert Storm 2018.  The Desert Storm is the longest cross country rally in India and the toughest in the desert as competitors battle extreme weather conditions, navigation plays a key role owing to the terrain. The 7 day long rally covers picturesque untouched dunes , dhanis (traditional villages of Rajasthan) and variety of surfaes to drive-on.  The tracks in Desert Storm are handpicked and pass through small picturesque villages and offroad tracks which are challenging, beautiful and will test one’s driving as well as navigational skills.

The event has been conceived to raise funds for the Vital Spark Welfare Society (NGO), of which Mr.Vikram Agnihotri is the Founding Chairman.  He is a bilateral amputee (upper limbs), but he has not allowed the circumstnaces to get the better of him.  Mr. Agnihotri’s details citation has been attached for your perusal.  But at first we recommend you to watch the following YouTube video,  which will definitely grab your attention.

The Vital Spark Welfare Society came into existence in 2014 with the primary mission to ensure social justice, economic and educational  enhancement to the disadvantaged sections of the society, focusing on the differently able, through developing mechanism, aiming at service delivery and skill building.  The Society’s mission statement, attached, will give you insight as to the working of the same.  The Society has successfully established a brand called WiL – Winners in Life and under this banner it has conducted several inspirational events and programmes. The objectives of the fund raiser are:
1. To build a training center named  “WiL Center for Awareness”, for the differently abled  in Indore, M.P..
2. To raise awareness about the difficulties faced by differently abled in India and mobilze resources to come such obstecles. 

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