The infamous Khyala triple murder last year took away the lives of Veerpal (41), wife Sunita (35) and the couple's 18-year-old son Aakash. The three were killed by their neighbour, Mohammad Azad, in a fit of rage. The couple left behind two minors who were adopted by Arjun Singh, their uncle.
Goal of the campaign :
Arjun Singh is the sole guardian of the two children who were orphaned after the infamous Khyala triple murder.
A resident of Uttar Pradesh’s Agra, he is facing a financial crisis. He needs money for the treatment of his wife and daughter. His wife has to undergo a surgery and his daughter is constantly ill and faints often; he has not been able to show her to a doctor because of lack of money. Arjun is father of three children, and works in a factory. Since lockdown, he has not been able to go to work and earn anything.
Arjun needs your support. Help him get over with the current crisis. The orphaned children, who stay in a government boarding school in Delhi, also have nobody else but him to call their family. Arjun is forced to take money from others to travel to Delhi whenever he wants to meet the children.
The funds raised from this campaign would be utilized in the medical treatment of Arjun’s wife and daughter, and also for the welfare of the children he has adopted.
About the Campaigner :
SEWA NYAYA UTTHAN FOUNDATION
Serving the marginalized. Helping the vulnerable get justice.
(A Section 8 Not-for-Profit Company)
1. Below Poverty Line
4. Marginalized Communities – Scheduled Castes & Scheduled Tribes
5. Senior Citizens
To make sure that none suffers due to their inability in accessing the service and justice mechanisms that exist for them through the government, non-governmental bodies, and well-intended individuals.
To create a mechanism of local as well as centralized support for every needy for facilitating end-to-end delivery of service and justice.
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