THERUVORAM RESCUED AN OLD MAN FOUND CRITICAL CONDITION IN AN ISOLATED HOUSE 9/3/2012  Chottanikkara: Balakrishnan(72) years old man who has been lived in a rented house near chottanikkara temple found paralysed in an isolated house rescued by THERUVORAM yesterday.Balakrishnan was a retired employee from PWD. He has been living in chottanikkara for last two years.  In the last week, he could not w alk or sit properly because of health issues and the house owner and the neighbours found him in a paralysed situation.Theruvoram tried to contact with his family members and wife. But their response was disappointing that they are not willing to take care the old man.So the house owners and residential association had in big dilemma and they contact Mr Murugan S THERUVORA ( Gen Secretary THERUVORAM).  According to police instruction THERUVORAM has admitted the old man in General Hospital Ernakulam.They tried to contact his family members but they will not ready to take care Mr Balakrishnan for the reason that he had seperated from his wife and children for a long while.  Doctors said that his health condition is bad and he need proper care and rest.Theruvoram planning to arrange a old age care centre to continue the rest of his life more healthy and peacefully.

A lady autorickshaw driver saves an abandoned old father, with the help of Theruvorapravarthaka Association. Kochi: Varappuzha: Gopi (50) has been living on the streets near the Koonnamavu Karingaturuthu Market for the past 10 days. His b ody is covered with sores and he can hardly take any solid food. Seeing his plight, a lady autodriver started bringing him home cooked food from her home everyday. She also approached many voluntary organizations to take care of the sick man but was turned away. She finally informed the Theruvorapravarthaka Association last evening who later took Gopi to the Varappuzha Police station. With the written consent from the Police station, Gopi was later taken to the General Hospital for treatment. Locals like Purushan, Babu, Velayudhan assisted in the rescue. ‘We plan to file a complaint against Gopi’s son, with the Police and Human Rights Commission, for not taking care of his father, neglecting him and throwing him out’ says Murukan, Secretary of Theruvorapravarthaka Association.,,,,,http://theruvoram.org

Rescue operation A Challenge!

Rescued an Old Man From The Street
An old man who had a big wound under the foot filled with worms has rescued by Theruvoram with the help of police today 31st May 2012.. The man in a serious stage that he could not move away an inch in the vaytila- Kadavanthra busy road side and those people walking near to him just cover the nose due to foul smell spread there.

A woman called sunitha had the humanity to inform the man’s sad situation and asked me to take care him. By the information from the lady i reached the spot. The shop walas near the road side has given him lunch and mango frooti. But the most disappointing fact that his biological waste has spread every where and no one ready to take him in the vehicle. He could not able to sit in my auto rikshaw because of the foot pain.At last, after few hours i have asked help from the police.

They brought a Jeep, but they also not willing to take care him by saying that they have many time rescued the man few months ago and the old man run away from the old age home.
I felt that the excuses are not the real excuses ! Last i convinced the policemen and give confirmation to take care him. So with the help of police Jeep i have admitted the man in Ernakulam General Hospital.

The old man said that he had two children staying in Thevera asked to leave from the home. He argued that he was a Professor once. May be it is true that he continuously talking in English without any sense……It is a parody that people who reached the street were once a king/ rich… but no one realise the truth that when they reach street, ALL ARE EQUAL!

My wish that he can recover soon. Please pray and support us to save many lives in the coming days….! !!