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 Incident which can be named as dreadful, when government says 'Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao' or education for all, in between a mother from Agra has offered to sell her kidney in order to pay fees of her children after they were being expelled by their school.

In a letter by Aarti Sharma , uploaded a letter on social media offering  her kidney to anyone who needs it across the country.

Aarti's four children (three daughters, one son) were studying in a CBSE school, but things turned sour when they were unable to pay the school fees, following which the school administration showed them the exit door.

Aarti`s husband was into the business of ready-made clothes but suffered heavy losses post demonetization.

Financially hit, the family was unable to pay the school fees and thus the trouble began.

The helpless mother approached the local authorities for help, who in response allegedly taunted her saying, "One should make their children study according to their status."

Ironically, Aarti had also met UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath who assured her of help, but till now no help has come.

 

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