“He had finished his 10th standard exams. My nephew said he had performed well and was looking forward to his results. In just a few days, his future became uncertain. We thought it was a hearing problem, and now he is on a hospital bed racing against time.” - Aftab (Uncle)
“I could not let him get treated in Kolkata. We do not have proper facilities, and he means the life to us. We could not risk losing him to poorly equipped hospitals.”
“Sekh’s condition is getting worse. He is now having double visions. He is unable to walk properly. The tumor is affecting his motor functions. Even when he sleeps, his eyes remain half open. Sometimes he is unable to sleep. The doctor has to sedate him.”
“He is behaving like a mad man. But we understand. My brother and his wife are extremely depressed. I keep praying to Allah to save our boy. Please, if anyone is listening, we are doing our best to arrange for funds. Here is the truth, at the max, we can only get Rs. 10,000 more. Nobody we know has anything more than they gave us. You are our hope for saving our boy.”
The specifics of this case have been verified by the medical team at the concerned hospital. For any clarification on the treatment or associated costs, contact the campaign organizer or the medical team.
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