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Wednesday, 22 May 2024 3.15 PM IST

This is first time my mother has donated Rs 1 lakh to non-Christian, time will change many things: Bobby Chemmanur

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Keralites joined hands to raise blood money of Rs 34 crore to save Abdul Raheem, who has been awaiting death sentence in a Saudi prison for 18 years. Rs 34.45 crore (34,45,46,568) was collected by Friday evening. Prominent businessman Bobby Chemmannur was also a crucial part of the fundraiser by organizing a yatra. Tens of thousands of people, including children, contributed as much as they could. One of them was actually Bobby Chemmannur's mother.


Bobby Chemmannur had earlier contributed Rs 1 crore. His mother contributed Rs 1 lakh rupees for Raheem. The video of this has been shared by Bobby Chemmannur himself on Facebook.

"This is the first time my mother has donated Rs 1 lakh to a non-Christian. Time will change many things. My motto is to conquer the world with love. It is a great thing to think beyond caste and religion. When my mother called me in the middle of the journey, I thought she was going to say something bad. She earlier said that I would be dead by the time I reach Kasargod from Thiruvananthapuram and another yatra would be needed to save me. At first she told me not to go but now she said I did well. Anyway, it's a great experience. I'm taking this in cash because it's my mother's contribution," Bobby Chemmanur said.

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