Woman Asks PM to Help Her Disabled Son Who Made His Village Open Defecation Free

Woman Asks PM to Help Her Disabled Son Who Made His Village Open Defecation Free

Woman Asks PM to Help Her Disabled Son Who Made His Village Open Defecation Free

The mother of an eight-year-old disabled boy praised by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Mann ki Baat yesterday has sought the PM’s help in getting medical help for her son to help treat her mute and deaf son who helped eradicate the bane of open defecation in their village.
“It’s a matter of pride for us that my son who is mute and deaf brought laurels to our village,” Tushar’s mother said after the PM cited the little boy’s example during his talk in Mann Ki Baat radio programme on Sunday.
“We can’t afford his treatment, we appeal Modi Ji if he can help us in getting him operated in India or outside,” she told ANI.
The prime minister mentioned about Tushar’s contribution for making his village in Balaghat open-defecation free.

In the 38th edition of his monthly radio address, PM Modi told the nation how Tushar took the responsibility of making his village Kumhari in Balaghat district of Madhya Pradesh open-defecation free.

Tushar would wake up every morning at 5 am and visit around 30-40 households in his village to make people aware about cleanliness. The hearing- and speech-impaired boy used sign language and whistles to communicate.

“Tushar has inspired everyone with his commitment towards promoting sanitation. He showed that there is no age or limit for cleanliness,” said the PM.

“Be it a child or an elderly person, woman or a man, cleanliness is important for all and everyone needs to make some contribution towards it,” added PM.

 

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Bubai Bhattacharjee

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