Short Talk: The Right to Access in India – A Request

Short Talk: The Right to Access in India - A Request

In this week’s #ShortTalk, I speak about something that I’ve experienced for over two years and nine months now – the lack of accessibility for the disabled in India – I speak about the right to access in India.

This video isn’t a rant, it’s a simple request worth watching and sharing – it’s worth spreading so that we work towards creating equality for the 40-80 million disabled people in India. A change is much needed in order to respect those who face such tough challenges. (Figures according to The World Bank)

Do check out my request…

Have you seen my videos on Keeping Life Pending and Limiting Your Growth, Limiting Your Belief? – if not then please do.

Why I started Short Talk?

I come across a number of people who are struggling with similar issues – many of which resonate with me.

But I don’t want to sound like I am preaching or telling someone else how to live their life. What I do want to do is put forth my point in a limited amount of time so then, if the topic interests you and you wish for me to discuss it in greater depth, I would then happily do so.

Sometimes, you may find these short videos enough to help you get started in resolving what’s on your mind. Sometimes you may have your own take on what I have said. Sometimes you may realise how much in need you were of this information.

Whatever it may be – get in touch. Comment. Share. Like. Subscribe. Communicate with me as I would love to hear your perspective. Every point of view is valid as it stems from experience and since we can’t experience everything, we can share it – right?

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Shruti Chopra

Shruti Chopra is a Tarot Reader who not only does readings for her clients, but also predicts the outcome of cricket matches. Troubled with an invisible illness, Shruti spends most of her time at home - but now, with Footprints No Boundaries, she has decided to change that. It's through this platform that she will share her new and interesting experiences.

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