Bautiful Story Of Ayaan

Bautiful Story Of Ayaan

Many families in the north western areas of Delhi, such as Ambedkar Vihar, had their lives ruined post communal violence which kept on waging relentlessly for 3 days. One such family is that of a 32 year old daily wage labourer, Ismail, who used to work in a trouser making factory. He lived in an extremely humble rented room with his wife, Afsana (29). They have three beautiful children, one daughter, Aaliya (7) and two sons, Sohail (10) and Ayaan (5).
The used to live in a rented apartment, in the like of which you and me couldn’t even imagine to live. Because of the same reason the rioters couldn’t make out that it belonged to a muslim family and was hence spared. All Ismail could manage to bring home was a meagre amount of 15000 rupees after a long month of hard work in his trouser making factory. The amount was already not enough for sending all his children to school but alas! Even that was snatched away by the pogrom.
Our primary duty is to provide for the education of children. We believe that no matter what, the education of the kids must not get interrupted. Ayaan (5) has to be admitted in school now and we have pledged to sponsor his education. We have also decided to kick start his father’s income by providing him with an e-rickshaw. His and his siblings’ bright smiles, full of life and joy must not get washed out by the miseries of life and lack of financial aid.
We are determined to cover any number of miles for restoring these wonderful smiles full of life and hope. Right now Ayaan along with his family has been kept in an alternate accommodation which we have rented for them. Ration of a month along with cooking utensils have also been provided. ( We gifted Ayaan with a bicycle for his upcoming birthday and the joy on his face made our day.)

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