Anand was touched when he heard that his daughter had to go to school online and needed a cell phone. She realizes that education is very important for her child’s future.
Dream – Parents’ love and sacrifice are priceless. Whatever will be done to make the children smile and feel happy.
Likewise did Anand Nageshiya, a former prisoner from India. He decided to work more diligently from behind a prison to buy a cellphone for his daughter who was required to go to school online in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The 40-year-old man was touched when he heard that his daughter had to go to school online but did not have a cellphone. She realizes that education is very important for her child’s future.
“I was touched when my daughter told me that she did not have a cellphone for online schooling. I have to make sure my daughter does not have difficulties in achieving her dream of becoming a doctor,” he said, as reported by Indian Express.
It is known that Anand had just received a remission from the Ambikapur Central Prison for always being kind and disciplined in prison. Previously, Anand was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of his uncle in 2005.
“He and 19 other people were recommended to receive remission sentences. We see that they have always behaved well and consistently so far. Anad Nageshiya, who previously had to serve a life sentence, we have given remission and released,” said Rajendra Gaikwad, supervisor at the Central Prison Take the kitchen.
Anand has been in prison for more than 15 years for his actions. When he got the news that he would be released, he felt very happy because he could finally meet the princess, Yamini, who he had left at the age of 1 year
When he heard that the princess did not have a cellphone to study online, Anand was determined to make it happen. He fully supports the wishes of his daughter who is now in 12th grade high school. Anand wants the princess to stay focused on pursuing her dreams.
While in prison, Anand worked hard and finally managed to earn enough money to buy a cell phone for his daughter.
Anand’s actions became evidence even though he could not be present to accompany his daughter directly. He’s still a responsible father.