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Mumbai Man Sold His House, Sleeps In His Auto

13 Feb 21 Help has been pouring in for an auto rickshaw driver in Mumbai whose heart-wrenching story was shared by ‘Humans of Bombay‘ yesterday. In his interview with ‘Humans of Bombay’, Mr Desraj revealed that after losing both his sons, it was the responsibility of providing for his grandchildren and daughters-in-law that gave him the strength to keep going.”Six years ago, my oldest son disappeared from home; he left for work as usual but never returned,” said Mr Desraj, who plies his auto near Khar in Mumbai.His son’s body was found a week later. He had died at the age of 40, but his elderly father did not even get the time to mourn him. “A part of me died with him, but burdened by responsibilities, I didn’t even have the time to mourn – the next day, I was back on the road, driving my auto,” said Mr Desraj. Two years later, he lost his other son to suicide

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