THIS POST IS AN EXPRESSION OF OUTRAGE FOR THE OPPRESSION THAT THESE INDIVIDUALS HAVE TO FACE FOR A PROPER EDUCATION. FOR THE FULL STORY PLEASE VISIT RAGEDINDIAN.COM/SANGEETHA
Coming from a lower middle class family, i braved the hardship of life at a very young stage. No doubt i have very good parents who , as much as to their capacity, shielded me and my siblings from the adversity, we understood the meaning of hard work and worth of money earlier in our childhood.
Education was the top priority. Everything else is secondary. I was fortunate enough to have both my parents who have some sort of sound education, hence the realization that education is the only key out of poverty was profound in out childhood. So they did in all their capability to give us a proper and holistic education.
Me and my siblings knew this was the only way out, and I'm proud to say that all of us turned out well.
Very, very, very, well.
So it disheartened me each time i see a kid struggling to get, even basic education. Especially if it is kid who wants to study yet denied the opportunity. I have and still work wit many NGO who aims at changing this. I do what ever I can within my capacity to put a smile to their face and for me that is a blessing from them. THE JOY.
The link above will bring you to gruesome plight of kids who have to put on a demonstration to get the necessities which they are entitled for, to be able to learn an develop themselves like any other child born in this country. It is not only sad, but pure anger and and disappointment surge to know that nothing so far has been done to amend this issue, on what i believe should be a fully government aided school, if I'm not mistaken. Are the authorities not aware or is their cry of distress falling on to deaf ears? What good can they reap by ignoring these kids? AND WHERE WERE THE TEACHERS??
Yet another Janji
yet to be Ditepati.