Mangaluru: Dharmanagar Junior Boys raise Rs 1.26 lacs for 2-yr-old cancer patient's treatment

Mohan Kuthar

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (EP)

Mangaluru, Sep 18: Bhasker Tenginahitlu, the priest of Ullal Tenginahitlu Rajugulige Bana, has made a generous contribution of ?1,26,600, which was collected by the Dharmanagar Junior Boys. This substantial sum is intended for the treatment of two-year-old cancer patient Hemanth, who is battling Neuroblastoma cancer.

Hemanth's parents, Janardhan Naik and Leelavati, were informed by the hospital that the child's treatment would require a staggering ?8 lakh. Given Janardhan's daily wage employment, raising such an amount would have been a herculean task. Leelavati, meanwhile, provides care for the child at home.

In light of this challenging situation, the Dharmanagar Junior Boys, based in Ullal and led by Sai Pariwar Trust Thokkottu, decided to take action. Members of the team, including Sadashiva Tenginahitlu, Roshan Sundaribhag, Nithin Sundaribagh, Jeevan Dharmanagar, donned special costumes and garnered the attention of the public to raise funds. The collected amount was subsequently handed over to the child's parents.

The Dharmanagar Junior Boys Ullal chapter was represented by President Vidhit, Vice President Sonith, Secretary Harshadeep, and members Shekar Sasihitlu and Ramesh Tenginahitlu, among others.




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    Tue, Sep 19 2023

    Oho great, spreading peace in this world...GOD bless junior boys team and patient.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Mon, Sep 18 2023

    Respect.May God give the child his health back soon.Its heartening to see small children are ill with disease als playing out side-.God bless the donor.

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