Many people, across the country, lost their jobs due to the ongoing pandemic and the lockdown.
A police head constable P Senthil Kumar and police inspector M Thangaraj have arranged Rs 5 lakh for the open heart surgery of a girl hailing from a economically poor family in Chennai.https://t.co/FKCkCZ2ZIY@NovinstonLobo #Chennai #tamilnadupolice #MondayMotivaton— TNIE Tamil Nadu (@xpresstn) July 13, 2020
Recently, Karthik had taken his daughter to a clinic for a check-up and that's when the doctor suggested that she must go through a open-heart surgery but, due to the current circumstances Karthik couldn't afford her treatment as he was struggling to make ends meet and gather funds.
In an interview with the The New Indian Express, Senthil Kumar said:
Just before the lockdown, in February, the doctors had advised Karthik that his girl child should go for an angiogram, but I heard that he was planning to postpone it since he did not have the money. My wife and I convinced Karthik to go for the angiogram and donated ₹30,000.
How did they manage to arrange ₹5 lakh? Apparently, the two policemen consulted the hospital authorities and collected ₹45,000 from all the personnel in the station.
Then, they managed to receive ₹1.25 lakhs through a government welfare scheme. And, through sponsors they managed to collect another ₹3 lakhs.
Thanks to these policemen, today Kavishka is leading a healthier and a happier life. This heartwarming story re-instills our faith in humanity.
*Feature image used is representational.