Vadodara police helps family of four with ration, money

Dharmendra Sahani (30), who lives in Vasna area of the city and used to work as a plumber, has been out of work since the lockdown. He had run out of money after meeting the medical expenses of his wife’s delivery.

September 16, 2020 2:25:10 pm

The Vadodara police provided financial assistance to a family of four, including a 21-day-old baby and a four-year-old girl, who were on way to Uttar Pradesh on foot amid the lockdown. Having read about various people walking back to their native towns, the family also decided to embark on the journey after they ran out of savings to sustain themselves in the city any further.

Dharmendra Sahani (30), who lives in Vasna area of the city and used to work as a plumber, has been out of work since the lockdown. He had run out of money after meeting the medical expenses of his wife’s delivery. He had moved to Vadodara two years ago for better income.

“I ran out of all the money. We have two children and the newborn needs extra care. And I did not have any more money to sustain ourselves here. We did not even have the money to buy train tickets so we decided that we will start walking. We had heard that a lot of people were still going to UP by road and we thought we would ask for help and reach our village somehow,” Sahani said.

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The Vadodara police provided financial assistance to a family of four, including a 21-day-old baby and a four-year-old girl, who were on way to Uttar Pradesh on foot amid the lockdown. Having read about various people walking back to their native towns, the family also decided to embark on the journey after they ran out of savings to sustain themselves in the city any further.

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Dharmendra Sahani (30), who lives in Vasna area of the city and used to work as a plumber, has been out of work since the lockdown. He had run out of money after meeting the medical expenses of his wife’s delivery. He had moved to Vadodara two years ago for better income.

“I ran out of all the money. We have two children and the newborn needs extra care. And I did not have any more money to sustain ourselves here. We did not even have the money to buy train tickets so we decided that we will start walking. We had heard that a lot of people were still going to UP by road and we thought we would ask for help and reach our village somehow,” Sahani said.

The Vadodara police provided financial assistance to a family of four, including a 21-day-old baby and a four-year-old girl, who were on way to Uttar Pradesh on foot amid the lockdown. Having read about various people walking back to their native towns, the family also decided to embark on the journey after they ran out of savings to sustain themselves in the city any further.

Dharmendra Sahani (30), who lives in Vasna area of the city and used to work as a plumber, has been out of work since the lockdown. He had run out of money after meeting the medical expenses of his wife’s delivery. He had moved to Vadodara two years ago for better income.

“I ran out of all the money. We have two children and the newborn needs extra care. And I did not have any more money to sustain ourselves here. We did not even have the money to buy train tickets so we decided that we will start walking. We had heard that a lot of people were still going to UP by road and we thought we would ask for help and reach our village somehow,” Sahani said.

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