Impoverished family in search of help
Team Udayavani, Oct 19, 2019, 11:27 AM IST
Chandrashekhar Mogaveera with his family
Tekkatte: Construction day-wage labourer, Chandrashekhar Mogaveera (42), residing at Mogebettu in Beluru GP limits became differently-abled after he injured himself in a vehicle accident that occurred three years ago at Thirthahalli which left him paralyzed beneath his waist. Since the unfortunate incident, he is limited to the bed.
As a result, the family is presently impoverished and is in an inevitable situation to look for work every day to exist.
With an attempt to provide some shoulder to the pain being felt by the family, GP member, Sitanadi Karunakara Shetty donated a wheel chair to the family, thereby providing some assistance to the family.
Chandrashekhar was the sole breadwinner of the family and now that he is bedridden, the family is facing a major financial problem, be it for survival or for the education of his children. Since there is an inevitable requirement for financial assistance, any donor may donate by depositing the amount into the below mentioned bank account.
Canara bank branch: Beluru, Chandrashekhar,
Account number: 3834101001370, IFSC: CNRB0003834.
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