Cancer Patient Who Is Beggar From Profession Collects ₹5000 and Donates It Towards Kerala Flood Relief
Khimji Prajapati, a hobo from Mehsana may not live long as he is suffering from Cancer but rather he is doing as well as can be expected to spare other’s lives. As of late, he gave ₹5,000 towards the restoration of Kerala surge casualties.
A famous Old Quote Says,
“It doesn’t make a difference to what extent you live, however how well you do it.”
Apparently, the 71-year-old man was determined to have stomach malignancy three months back. On thinking about the state of Kerala surge casualties, he gathered ₹5,000 and went to the gatherer’s office in a weak physical condition to give the whole cash.
Conversing with TOI, he stated:
“I was crushed on finding out about the predicament of individuals in surge attacked Kerala. Nothing gives me more satisfaction than offering something to the poor.”
He has been taking growth treatment from a private specialist in Rajkot and could have effortlessly utilized this cash towards his treatment. Yet, he gave that.
Prajapati trusts in helping underprivileged young ladies by giving his whole yearly accumulation of donations to the understudies to enable them to purchase books, pens, and other stationery. When he even gave gold hoops to urge some school young ladies to think about further.
A year ago, the Rotary Club of India, compensated him with the ‘Education Hero Award’ for his endeavors and commitment to helping the destitute school youngsters.
Many people are coming forward to help Kerala flood relief camp.
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