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A person by name Mr. Laxmaiah is a teacher, working in Zilla Parishad School in a village called Karepally, near Khammam in Andhra Pradesh. Laxmaiah garu stays with wife, mother, two kids, and with 50 HIV orphaned children.
He is spending all his salary of Rs 25,000 /- per month by taking care of these HIV affected orphaned children. His wife Kalpana Rani, an Aeronautical Engineer, sacrificed her career and is doing a tremendous service to these children by cooking, feeding, sending the children to schools & taking care of their medical needs. I suggested her that if she goes for a job and earn something, that amount at least can be spent for their own children & their future. Surprisingly, she told that no one is coming forward to render service even if they offered a monthly salary due to deep rooted bias towards HIV affliction.
They are not getting any type of help, either financially or materlistically except Mr. Laxmiah’s Salary. In this pitiable condition, his wife and his Mother are offering unconditional and selfless service to the orphaned HIV affected children.
I have personally visited their place in Khamman with my Brother-In-Law from Hyderabad.
After seeing the situation there was which was extremely pitiable, and heart breaking,unknowingly my eye lids were wet with tears..
Laxmaiah garu, aged well below 40 years and his family is rendering selfless service to the orphaned HIV affected children singlehandedly without caring for their future, which is very noble.
Only medicines are provided free of cost by the Govt. to these children and providing two simple meals a day has become a huge burden financially to Mr. Laxmaiah garu & his family. Also, taking these children for periodic medical checkup and medication to nearby Govt. Hospital has become very difficult.
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