Young Indian man offering helping hands to Nepal quake victims
CHITWAN: Inspired by obstacles of life themselves, an Indian citizen, Abhishek Sawant, has been helping earthquake victims of Nepal for more last one month.
Sawant (28) from Nabi of Mumbai has arrived in Nepal on June 15, taking one-month leave from his office, to help the earthquake victims.
Expect a helping heart, Sawant had nothing in the beginning. But where there is a will, there is a way. Later he was able to collected IRs 170,000 with the help of relatives and friends.
Later, he managed to collect IRs 125,000 more.
On Thursday, he organise a free health camp and distributed free medicines in Chitwan district, coordinating with an NGO named Cold Nepal from Kathmandu.
Sawant, who has been healing wounds of the victims, promises that he will help people even after returning to his own country too.
After visiting different quake-hit areas like Kavre, Sindhupalchok, Nuwakot, Dhading and Chitwan, he constructed temporary buildings for schools, distributed kitchen utensils, mosquito nets, water filter and white boards in different quake affected places.