Watch This Heartwarming Video Of Indian Army Major Kamlesh Mani Adopting A Specially-Abled Teenager

Kamlesh Mani reportedly met Gawhaar Mir (16) almost about four months ago while he was on his usual patrolling schedule in Kashmir

Mamta Raut

November 3, 2020

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Indian Army Major Kamlesh Mani who is attached currently with RR and is serving in Kashmir has become a motivational example for many. The soldier recently adopted a specially-abled boy who hails from Handwara, North Kashmir. Kamlesh Mani reportedly met Gawhaar Mir (16) almost about four months ago while he was on his usual patrolling schedule. During their first meet, Mir received a piece of chocolate from the soldier and a bond of friendship blossomed between the two.

Mir was born with hearing and speech impairment, now after the adoption, his treatment and education have been sponsored by Kamlesh. The officer belongs to the Kilo force of the Indian army. The video features a small glimpse of Mir’s real father who is greatly thankful for the soldier who adopted his specially-abled child. In the clip, it is also unveiled that Mir’s real father and sister were also born with hearing impairment.

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Upon getting to know Mir better, the Major took permission from his real parents before adopting the teenager. Along with his treatment, all the expense that the teenager needs are covered by the Major himself. The duo shares a unique bond with each other. They communicate with each other through sign language. Along with this, the Major has also gifted the teenager with a Smart Phone to keep in touch with him whenever he gets posted at other places.

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On being asked what Mir wants to do in future, the teenager using sign language said that he wants to become just like Major Kamlesh Mani in his life.  While sharing their story to ThePrint, the Army officer said “ After meeting me a few times, he came with me to our Army camp. I gifted him a pair of shoes and we grew attached. The next day, he came back with a crate of apples for me. I wasn’t there at the time, but, when I returned, he ran to say ‘hi’ and only then accepted something to eat. After meeting with his family, I decided to sponsor his (Mir’s) education and pay for any medical expenses. The family was very emotional, but they were happy someone wanted to help out”.

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