Tuesday, January 16, 2007

IIT Graduate who lived on the footpath!!!!!!!

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PUNE: Indian Institute of Technology - Delhi ( IIT ) is a world renowned prime institute of India. Can anyone ever imagine that an IIT pass out had to live on the footpath!!!!! Something of similar sort has happened with one IIT- Delhi graduate. Mr. Prafulla Madhav Chiplunkar who is a grandson of great freedom fighters Vishnushastri Chiplunkar and Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, and an IIT Delhi graduate had to live on a footpath, as life & luck took a bad turn in his life.

He was spotted on the footpath when passers-by noticed this 57-year-old man who was seen begging for alms & had a habit of reading English newspapers on the footpath.

As per him, 'Life took everything from me in 2002. My wife Sureeporn and son Suprabhat were killed in a car accident in Thailand. Following this incident, there was no need to earn money and there was no goal, so I decided to start living on footpath,' Chiplunkar said. Read More...........This IITian lived on the footpath

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