Yesterday I went to my maternal uncle’s house to visit them. They welcomed me warmly and we had lunch together. While sitting on the table I told my uncle about that weeping boy and he was stunned. He also narrated an incident that happened to him. I think I should share it with you.
He told me that he went to Sadder bazar for some reason. There he saw a boy lying on the footpath. His arms and legs were bandaged and he lay unconsciously. Aside him was a doctor prescription that showed that the boy needed money for treatment. People were looking at him and some of them gave money as well. My uncle was shocked at the hospital staff that why were they not treating him although he seriously needed it.
A few days after, he read a report on the same boy in a news paper that it was all trickery.
There was some mafia behind all that sham, who used to inject the boy with some drug that affected him to remain unconscious.
Government should take notice on it seriously and if not we should put our hands together to launch some campaign against them. Why don’t we just simply avoid such road and street beggars by not helping them in any way?