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He looked into his eyes, they were asking him questions .. Innocent questions..
when can he walk and play like normal kids?
"You can do that right now." answered his father
and he lifted him on his back and started walking.
what was his crime .. his father couldn't get him the dose of polio because he was too busy to look after him.
Now he always looked after him.
P.S. - Sad but its true that poor people are so busy arranging food to focus too much on their kids. Very Good News there hasn't been a new Polio case reported in India in recent years
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So sad...thanks for sharing. best of luck in the competition.ReplyDelete
Its a gr8 achievement for our country and indication of well people awareness.ReplyDelete
It sure is thanks Mukesh Bhai for the appreciation.Delete
an awesome narration , good luck with the contestReplyDelete
Thanks Rahul . same to you too broDelete
Thank goodness that you chose a different theme rather than the run-of-the-mill refugee/mobs/partition/valley type.ReplyDelete
Good luck with the contest!
Thanks Rickie glad that you liked the choice. It would have been too easy to go with those themes that's why I thought of going in a different direction :)Delete
Btw, your entry for the IBL contest was very unique and interesting, too. I read it a couple of days ago.ReplyDelete
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Hey Rickie thanks buddy for the feedback and for taking time to comment. Your blog looks awesome ... joined by email, will definitely check more posts when I get time. All The BestDelete
Good off-beat take, Vikas! ATBReplyDelete
Thanks Suresh ji and very sorry for absurdly late reply .. had some issues ..Delete
Simple but powerful. What you said is so unfortunate but so true. And it is a very big achievement indeed that we are on the verge of eradicating Polio. A very nice and thought provoking post. And all the very best for the competition. :)ReplyDelete
Very different perspective for the contest... Good Luck :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Amruta :)Delete