Indian grandmother binds her grandson's legs to the bus stop
As the saying goes: "Children - flowers of life. Narwhal bouquet - Give grandmother, "but not all grandmothers are equally useful for children, even if in addition to the grandmother they have no one left. Poor 9-year-old Indian boy Lakhan Kale from Mumbai, was left without parents, his mother abandoned him and his father died recently, so that Lakhan was left in the care of her grandmother. The boy suffers from cerebral palsy, he hears nothing and can not talk. Leaving for work, grandmother binds his feet to the bus stop, where he lay all day in the hot sun of India, and waits for his grandmother to come back and take him home.
A nine Lakhan Kale, bound by the legs to the bus stop, lying on the street under the scorching sun Mumbai
People waited for his grandmother to ask her a few questions, that's what said 66-year-old homeless grandmother Sakhubay Calais: "What can I do? He does not say anything, he will not be able to explain to people if we lose. "
This blatant case already noticed charitable organizations and bodies of trusteeship now 9-year-old Lakhan taken into public care
In India, discrimination is very common for people with disabilities
His grandmother knows that he loves to wander, and as a boy suffering from cerebral palsy, she forced him to tie
At night, the grandmother binds Lakhan to his leg
His grandmother worked at the counter next to the road, she sells toys and flower garlands
Many parents complain that in India there are no specialized institutions, which could take care of children with disabilities. There is a public children's homes, but there are no specialists who could deal with children with disabilities, from private organizations have experience in these matters, but there is no space to accommodate children
The next morning, after a visit to the boy's guardianship agencies, Mrs. Calais in tears, said goodbye to his grandson. She was glad that now he will get proper care and promised to soon obtain an identity card so she could visit her grandson in the center.