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Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Needing Help...

The last two weeks have been very trying and tiring for the family attending to my father-in-law in the hospital. However during the whole process, I have realized rather reaffirmed to myself that I am have been very lucky, fortunate and
blessed compared to million others in terms of financial status, security, standard of living etc.

My father-in-law(who is in coma) is in a twin sharing room and his room-mate is a 24 yr old chap called Raghavendra.Raghav, who had completed his B Pharmacy met with an accident twenty days back in Moradabad, AP(India) and since then is in coma. He was rushed to NIMS(Hyderabad) immediately, however after three days the govt. hospital disowned him and suggested that he be treated in any private hospital. That's how he has landed up in KIMS(Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences)

While talking to his father today, I came to know that they are primarily farmers and had spend a fortune to bring up their son "educated". However, now they are in financial crisis and have not been able to pay the hospital bills since last 5-6 days(amounting to around Rs.70,000). Today, in front of me, the doctors stopped the medicines quoting that either these folks bring in on their own or make the payment.

The family have tried to approach the CM(through the local MLA) to get some money from the CM Relief Fund but in vain. I feel we all can bring in some positive difference to the lives of this family by contributing a token amount.
Any small amount contributed by you will go a long way in saving someone/supporting the family.

Incase you want to support this cause, please contact me at or 98850-31242.

Thanking you for all your support. God Bless.

p.s. This family has not approached me for any help.

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