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Pakistan based Hindu kid departs on camel back for USA

His age was just five years when the burden of employment came to his shoulders for the first time. He was taken to the United Arab Emirates where he used to ride the camel race.

The five-year-old child riding on the back of a c…




His age was just five years when the burden of employment came to his shoulders for the first time. He was taken to the United Arab Emirates where he used to ride the camel race.

The five-year-old child riding on the back of a camel running on the back of the camel would get only ten thousand rupees in return. He used to send this money to the family members.

Perhaps in the 1990s this would be a lot of money, but they could have lost their lives in earning it. At that time, two of his friends had fallen from the camel and died. The accident happened to them but they were saved.
Perhaps in the 1990s this would be a lot of money, but they could have lost their lives in earning it. At that time, two of his friends had fallen from the camel and died. The accident happened to them but they were saved.

Similarly, five years have passed. UNICEF, in 1995, unleashed hundreds of such children who were used as rider in the race for camels.
He was also involved in the survival suicides. He returned to his home in Rahimar Khan of Pakistan and then started the process of study from here. The economic situation was no longer that householders could afford them. So they started their own small work.

From working with gutter cleansers to running rickshaw, he did all kinds of work and took the expense of his studies.
After 22 years of war, these young men reached Washington College of Law, American University, in Fellowship, sponsored by the US Government in 2017.

After studying law and human rights, he returned to Pakistan last year and is now working for the education of such children as if he had seen himself.
The name of this young man belonging to Pakistan's minority Hindu community is Ramesh Jaipal, and this is his story.

A small school has been set up in a tent for the children of the Hindu community with their efforts recently in a village of Liktapur, a few kilometers away from the city of Rahimar Khan, Punjab province.

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