With inter-state journey ban and no transport, a pair who had misplaced their jobs in the course of the second wave, walked for 5 days from Coimbatore to Vellore with their one-year-old child to succeed in Chennai on foot.
Whereas they had been crossing Vellore district after 5 days of strolling, Ravishankar, a veterinarian, who was already serving to out individuals residing in his neighbourhood, gave the couple Rs 1,000 and requested his driver to drop them in Chennai.
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Naveen and Ramya had been residents of Madukkarai. Naveen had misplaced his job and could not discover any work in the course of the lockdown. With no job at hand, Naveen determined to depart for Chennai along with his household. Nevertheless, owing to inter-district journey ban, the household determined to stroll all the best way to Chennai carrying with themselves no matter little financial savings they’d.
Whereas they had been crossing Vellore, the couple bought utterly exhausted and had been taking some relaxation. Shocked to listen to their plight, locals contacted Ravishankar, who helped them out.
Naveen advised Ravishankar that his dad and mom fell in poor health, and he needed to spent Rs 30,000, which was the lion’s share of his financial savings. After dropping his job, he needed to vacate his rented home and there was nothing he might do in Coimbatore.
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Whereas he was provided a job at a hole blocks manufacturing facility in Chennai, he determined to depart for residence. All by way of their journey, the household was relying on kind-hearted individuals for meals.
Ravishankar was already serving to out Covid-19 sufferers in his space by offering oxygen concentrators and giving free meals to the aged. He had transformed his car as a misery automotive to assist these in have to go to the hospital.
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