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Kids of Class 2 gifted a wheelchair to a differently abled girl from their pocket money.

In one of the warmest tales of compassion to emerge from freezing Rajasthan, Class 2 students of a private school…

By Administrator in Viral on January 25, 2017

In one of the warmest tales of compassion to emerge from freezing Rajasthan, Class 2 students of a private school in Sri Ganganagar district last week pooled their pocket money to buy a wheelchair for a differently abled girl they met purely by chance.It all began when Khyati, a class 2 student of Stepping Stone English Modern School at Ridmalsar in Sri Ganganagar district, saw a physically challenged woman riding a scooter with a side wheel. “A girl visited our school, and she was walking with great difficulty,” Khyati asked her grandfather, “Why she can’t have something like this?”
Khyati’s grandfather – a retired Ayurveda doctor – took the opportunity to inform her about the economic divisions in society, and how some people are too poor to afford such facilities. However, Khyati grandfather  had a suggestion. “Even though you have a lot of money in your piggy bank,” he said. “Why don’t you buy a wheelchair for her?”Khyati become glad and agreed immediately.She Encouraged by her family members and the school administration, she asked 25-30 of her classmates if they would like to invest some of their money in a good cause. They contributed anywhere between Rs 100 and Rs 1,000 each, and soon they had enough money to buy the wheelchair.
“They gifted it to physically challenged  girl – Usha – about four to five days ago,” said Khyati’s uncle, Vijay Kumar Maharshi.Usha, the 10-year-old daughter of an agricultural labourer, is also deaf and mute. She studies at a government school in Harkewala village, a couple of kilometers away from Ridmalsar.“A person from our village teaches at Stepping Stone. He had taken Usha with him to a function at the school,” says Rajender Singh, Usha’s father.The school administration director Vikas Sharma was so impressed to see its students take up such an initiative. “We were happy to see the kids pooling their pocket money for a noble cause and So how we made a small contribution,” he added.
 
 
 
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