Indian Army becomes an angel for a disabled child!!

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The indian army stationed on the indian data-border is not only known for its indomitable courage, but it also wins hearts from time to time with its excellent works. Whether it is to protect the data-borders of the country or to work for the social interest, the indian army is always present to render its service. 

Indian army helped the handicapped child

Something similar has been done by the local Rashtriya Rifles unit of the army based in Jammu and Kashmir. The army has provided wheelchair and monthly pension to Waris Hussain Wani, a disabled child born in a remote hill village of Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir. Lieutenant Colonel Devendra anand, Public Relations Officer of the Jammu Department of the army has given this information. 

He told that 9-year-old Hussain Wani, a resident of Shiri village of Mughal Maidan, was seen by an army patrol while returning home from the market in january 2022. It was getting cold at that time and the heir was finding it very difficult to walk. 

Provided wheelchair and monthly pension to the child

Further said that then the soldiers helped him and took him home safely. The constable did not stop here, he took the matter to the concerned civil authorities. As a result, the heir was given the facility of wheelchair and monthly pension of 1000 rupees by the Social Welfare Department. Lt Col Devendra anand said that despite having trouble with the feet of the heir, the determination of the heir is inspiring. 

Lt Col anand, who shared a video of the heir on his official twitter handle, said that he goes to school and studies like other children. He does most of his work by himself. Waris wants to become a teacher and wants to contribute in building the society. With Waris getting a wheelchair and a monthly pension, his confidence has increased and his dream of becoming a teacher has become stronger. 

Heir's father thanked the indian Army

Waris is currently studying in the fourth standard and has become a source of inspiration for other children and soldiers of his village. At the same time, the father of the heir, Altaf Hussain, works as a laborer. He has thanked the army for helping the heir. He said that his son will now be able to move forward independently and he will be more inclined towards studies. 

Earlier in september 2019, the army had adopted sheetal Devi of Lohidhar village, who was born with Phocomelia. The PRO said that sheetal is now studying in class 10 and has been provided artificial limbs with the support of two NGOs. sheetal is taking training in Para sports since last year. She can represent the country in the future international Paralympics.

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