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Vimlesh's neighbour, 17-year-old Rohit Kumar, is living out his father’s destiny.

“My father died of Tuberculosis in 2014. By 2015, I got it. I was 10 years old when he fell ill, and had to leave my studies to work. The house is in God’s hands now.”
— 17-year-old Rohit Kumar, Chilkadand.

In desperation, his mother Sukhraj Devi would collect loose coal at night which she'd sell in order to pay for her husband's treatment. After his death, she travelled all over for her son's treatment - from Ashram, Badwahi and Renusagar to NTPC, Anpara and Buxar - but Rohit still remains bed-ridden. 
LEFT: ANGEETHIS (OVENS) AT CHILKADAND     RIGHT: ROHIT KUMAR, CHILKADAND

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Vimlesh's neighbour, 17-year-old Rohit Kumar, is living out his father’s destiny.<br />
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“My father died of Tuberculosis in 2014. By 2015, I got it. I was 10 years old when he fell ill, and had to leave my studies to work. The house is in God’s hands now.”<br />
— 17-year-old Rohit Kumar, Chilkadand.<br />
<br />
In desperation, his mother Sukhraj Devi would collect loose coal at night which she'd sell in order to pay for her husband's treatment. After his death, she travelled all over for her son's treatment - from Ashram, Badwahi and Renusagar to NTPC, Anpara and Buxar - but Rohit still remains bed-ridden. <br />
LEFT: ANGEETHIS (OVENS) AT CHILKADAND     RIGHT: ROHIT KUMAR, CHILKADAND