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Laxmi Agarwal- An Acid Attack Survivor; Her story is inspiration for all

She came under discussion with the film Chhapak. Laxmi Agarwal is coming forward to work for many acid attack survivors like her, so that she can have a respectable life in the society.

Yogita S.

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Published on 4 Jan 2021 10:28 AM GMT

Laxmi Agarwal- An Acid Attack Survivor; Her story is inspiration for all
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Lucknow: Today the world is saluting the spirit of acid attack survivor Laxmi. She came under discussion with the film Chhapak. Laxmi Agarwal is coming forward to work for many acid attack survivors like her, so that she can have a respectable life in the society.

Laxmi helping victim of violence:

Agarwal said that more than 100 acid victims and other victims of violence have been associated with her, who have to face financial problems for their livelihood. With this new project, her organization aims to rehabilitate acid victims, help them financially, mentally and psychologically.

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Deepika's Film is based on Laxmi's story:

Deepika Padukone's film 'Chhapak' is based on the real life of Acid Attack Survivor Laxmi Agarwal. The film was in a lot of discussion and at the same time Laxmi Agarwal is also getting a lot of discussions. Now Lakshmi has become a social media Star. The number of followers on the social media platform steadily increasing. People are very interest in her life as she struggled a lot and came out as inspiration for all.

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Laxmi organised an art exhibition for acid attack survivors:

Laxmi Agarwal organized an art exhibition in Shelter, East Delhi's Laxmi Nagar, by launching the 'Soil Handprints' project, which aims to financially strengthen acid victims.

She was attacked with acid at the age of 15, but she did not give up courage and fought for justice and today she has become an inspiration for others as well.

Laxmi Agarwal says that she is trying to empower acid victims by giving them a platform to showcase their creativity. The soil items created under this project will be sold, the proceeds from which will be used for the treatment of livelihoods and livelihoods.

Michelle Obama also praised Laxmi's efforts:

Laxmi raised the voice against acid attack. Public interest litigation was filed in the court. In view of this same spirit of Laxmi, in 2014. Michelle Obama, wife of the then US President Barack Obama, awarded her 'International Woman of Courage' award.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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