@rajeev_mp Sir, my dad retd Col. Rawat worked with you in early BPL Mobile days. Today we need some help getting him back to India in the safest manner possible.
@SushmaSwaraj Madam, my father, a retired Army officer (Col), was hit by a car in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Suffered serious brain injuries. Unconscious since accident on 12 Oct 18. Need help with medical evacuation for him. Please help.
Guys please help by whatever you can.. will make a huge difference for someonehttps://twitter.com/meghanamal/status/1047066396176371712 …
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