Thank you: New hopes rekindle Bhagya's life as help pours in



Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore

Mangalore, May 6: Some weeks ago, a tragic explosion as a result of gas leak in an apartment on Kadri Kambala road had left Bhagya devastated. Her young daughter died instantly while her husband passed away sometime later. 

She had very little hopes in her life after the twin shocks, and found it difficult to cope with the tragedy. Her son who was seriously injured is being treated in Wenlock hospital.


Thanks to Andrew D'Cunha, a daijiworld well-wisher, who brought the case to our notice personally on seeing her pain, today her hopes have been rekindled to some extent.
 
Accordingly, daijiworld had published an appeal for help on behalf of Bhagya on April 16, and once again, the generous readers of daijiworld rose to the occasion and contributed to the cause.

Nearly Rs 3.5 lac has been received in her bank account until last week, and contributions are still coming in. This help from unexpected ends have brought a little relief and hope in Bhagya's face. She finds she is not alone in this world, and that there are people who, despite not knowing her personally, have helped her immensely.

Expressing her gratitude, with tears, to all who have helped her, she said, "I am extremely happy to receive such a large amount. I have lost my husband and daughter and all I have left is my son and I have to save him at any cost. People have helped me generously and I have no words to express my gratitude to them.”

Daijiworld takes this opportunity to thank all the readers who financially and morally supported this cause and prayed for Bhagya and her son. 

May god bless us all.







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  • Shashiashwath, Mangalore

    Wed, May 7 2014

    get well soon bhagya daiji you are great

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  • Rajehs Shetty, mlore shj

    Wed, May 7 2014

    Good work Daiji. Need of the hour for us is to get togather & raise to help the real needy section of the society irrespective of caste & creed.

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  • Andrew L D Cunha, Mangalorea

    Wed, May 7 2014

    She thought she was alone in this world when she lost her daughter and husband and son was in ICU.
    But now she felt "unknown loving hands" are around her...God bless Daijiworld and all daijiworld readers and others who touched her life with financial help and prayers.

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  • Kaizer, Yanbu

    Tue, May 6 2014

    Dear Daijiworld,
    I can say this is the only web portal who does this type of charity appeal works for noble cause irrespective of religion.
    YES MAY GOD BLESS US ALL.

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  • taurojohn, mangalore/malad

    Tue, May 6 2014

    Thanks daiji and Henry D'Cunha,God bless you and all, keep reaching out cases like this.Bhagya and family we pray for your speedy and full recovery.

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  • Bryan, Bahrain

    Tue, May 6 2014

    Daijiworld inspired us to read more, laugh a little harder, and look at things with a different perspective. It’s a cliche I know, but I mean it. Daijiworld makes the biggest impact in people life that are in distress, I hope you’ll know how much you are loved by this great gesture through readers you’ll always show...

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  • Sahana, Udupi

    Tue, May 6 2014

    Get well soon Bhagya ...God be with you ..Thanks for all those who sponsored her god bless you all.

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  • Ashish Abdulla, Mangalore/UAE

    Tue, May 6 2014

    Get well Soon dear.... May Almighty bless u with his mercy...

    All our prayers with u

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  • HENRY MISQUITH, Bahrain

    Tue, May 6 2014

    Bhagya, im praying that u get well soon & receive all the comforts & encouragement that u need in the meantime.

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  • S.M. Nawaz Kukkikatte, Dubai

    Tue, May 6 2014


    Get well soon Bhagya, May almighty GOD bless you

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  • mohammed aslam, mangalore

    Wed, May 7 2014

    i helped or not god knows,but as a human being we should help her...

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