Aditya Tiwari, a resident from Indore has finally been given charge of a toddler suffering from Down’s syndrome after fighting for adoption for more than a year. Aditya is twenty-eight years old, and single. In a groundbreaking decision, this might be the time in India when a single parent at such young age has adopted a special child.
Aditya has been trying to adopt one-and-a-half-year old Binney since September 2014. He had to fight with authorities who did not allow single parents below 30 to adopt. When adoption rules were changed from August 1 last year, hopes were reignighted for both Aditya and Binney, although the new rules took more than a year to get implemented.
In an interview with TOI , Aditya said, “We have named him Avnish Tiwari. He will now stay with me in my Pune home.” New Year has indeed brought some great news to Aditya’s new family.
Rangu Souriya from Panighatta, located in the Darjeeling hills of north Bengal. She has saved more than 8000 girls from sex slavery (kids given injections and raped 20 times a day) at the Nepali border and
prevented 20,000 children and girls ,most of them under the age of 18 from being trafficked,who had been trafficked from Sikkim, north Bengal, Nepal and Assam and sold into bonded labour or flesh trade. Rangu’s life’s mission is to rescue these girls and put an end to the inhuman practice altogether.
Rangu’s life is not easy. She gets death threats every day.
“I was threatened by goons and mafia on several occasions and even lured with handsome sums of money, but my aim and vision is to free women from their bondage,” Rangu told PTI (source – Free Press Journal).
Rangu first undertook the initiative to rescue trafficked girls and women in 2004. She says that her attitude towards life changed when she along with a few others rescued a 13-year-old girl from the clutches of a Delhi-based businessman who had held her captive as a bonded labourer. She has not looked back ever since.
Even after saving hundreds of young north-eastern girls from cities across India, she thinks that the situation has only worsened. In an interview with The Alternative, Rangu said, “Whatever we’ve seen so far is just the tip of an iceberg. The latest trend is that young girls from sick and closed tea gardens of North Bengal are smuggled out to Gulf countries.”
She is the real hero.
She isn't celebrity she is ordinarily human with extraordinary compassion and empathy for humanity.
God bless her with strength.
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- Vikram Maiya