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Eyes donated by Jaipur accident victims to light up lives of many blind persons

June 11, 2017, 10:28 am

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Jyoti, Avantika and Nitesh who were killed in accident in Jaipur.

Jaipur: Palak Sharma (name changed) vows that she would become an IAS officer. Palak was visually-impaired since birth, but she is now able to see the world through the eyes of Avantika Sharma, one of the five victims killed in a tragic road accident near Chomu House Circle five days ago. Read Also: Jaipur accident shatters dreams of two families The family members donated the eyes of Avantika and her brother Nitish Sharma who was also killed in the accident. Following this donation, Corina transplant has already lit up the lives of three people. The family members have decided to donate the eyes of Roshni Sharma and her sister Jyoti Sharma also. Roshni was on her way to Nahargarh with her fiancé Rahul Sharma when a salt-laden truck fell over their car on June 6. Besides the couple, Jyoti, Avantika and Nitish who were also in the car were killed in the mishap. Read Also: St Angela Sophia top scorer, Avantika, among five killed in Jaipur accident Palak has completed his senior secondary education. She dreams of becoming an IAS officer, but her blindness was a major hindrance. Read Also: Freak accident at Chomu House Circle in Jaipur: 5 killed as truck falls on car “I would now be able to see the world through the eyes of Avantika. I have heard that she wanted to become a successful fashion designer. She would achieve her dreams through my eyes now,” Palak said. The family members of the victims said that though their dear ones have been snatched away from them, their eyes would give these people a chance to see the world. Read Also: City residents show solidarity with the families of Jaipur accident victims Note: Want to share this story with someone? Just click on the WhatsApp or Facebook icon below:

First published: June 11, 2017