Snehalaya gives new life to young man from Assam ; frees him from drug addiction

12:39 PM, Saturday, February 16th, 2013

Deepak ChatriMangalor : If  Deepak Chatri (26) who hailed from a village called Dimasa in Aflang  of Assam, was a drug addict and a vagabond six years ago, he is now an altogether new man, thanks to Snehalaya Charitable Trust of Toominadu of Talapady and its mentor Joseph Crasta.

Deepak who was lying orphaned  near the Marnamikatte railway bridge six years ago,  in a shabby look, was provided treatment at the Yenepoya Hospital at Derlakatte and was also taken care of at Snehalaya Ashram under the supervision of Joseph Crasta The result, he is now a youth totally free from addiction. In fact Deepak was so  addicted to drugs that he used to beg and use the money to buy Feviquick gum to consume the same. Some people who had noticed this had informed Joseph who took him to his ashram.

Slowly as Deepak returned to normalcy he gave details of his home and parents and  Joseph write a letter to his family. The result, his brother Naveen Chatri arrived from Assam and took him back.  Naveen informed that six years ago, Deepak went missing after he tried to attack his father in a fit of rage.   Naveen also informed that his father  who was worried over his younger son’s missing was addicted to liquor and died four months back.


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