Laxmi Agarwal Biography
Laxmi Agarwal has composed a lyric portraying what she has experienced.
- He changed my face, not my heart. He tossed corrosive on my face, not my fantasies.
- That man poured corrosive on my face, not in light of the fact that he needed to slaughter me. He did it since he trusted I was vain. Because his fantasy was to keep me bolted up inside the four dividers of my home.
Laxmi Agarwal is an Indian campaigner with Stop Sale Acid. She is an acid assault survivor and represents the privileges of acid assault unfortunate casualties. She was assaulted in 2005 at age 15, by a 32-year-elderly person Gudda and his moniker Nadeem Syed whose propels she had rejected.
DATE OF BIRTH
Laxmi Agarwal was born on 1 June 1990 in New Delhi in a middle-class family. Laxmi was acid assaulted when she was 15.
As of January 2014 she loves social lobbyist Alok Dixit. Both chose not to get married and rather be in a live-in relationship. “We have chosen to live respectively until we pass on. Yet, we are testing the general public by not getting married. We don’t need individuals to go to our wedding and remark on my looks. The looks of the lady are most critical for individuals. So we chose not to have any ceremony,” said Laxmi. Their families have acknowledged the relationship and furthermore their choice not to have a stylized wedlock. They now have a little girl named Pihu.
Laxmi began her vocation as a campaigner with Stop Acid Attacks crusade. She filled in as a campaign coordinator in starting days. Before long, Laxmi turned into a voice of the overcomers of Acid Attacks crosswise over the world. She got different honors in India for her work to control the closeout of acid and to restore the overcomers of acid attacks through her establishment. Presently Laxmi began her very own campaign StopSaleAcid.
As of June 2014, Laxmi hosts a TV program, Udaan, on New Express.
Laxmi, whose face and other body parts were distorted in the acid assault, had a PIL in 2006. A minor at that point, Laxmi was assaulted with acid by three men close Tughlaq street in New Delhi as she had would not wed Naeem Khan otherwise known as Guddu.
STEPS TAKEN BY HER AFTER ATTACK
She had likewise argued for a complete prohibition at a ban of acid,
In 2013, also the Supreme Court decided for Laxmi and Rupa’s supplication, in this way making a crisp arrangement of limitations on the clearance of acid. Under the new guidelines, acid couldn’t be sold to any person underneath the age of 18 years. One is likewise required to submit ID card before purchasing acid. Laxmi claims that very little has changed on the ground, regardless of the considerable number of guidelines.
“Acid is unreservedly accessible in shops. Our very own volunteers have proceeded to buy acid effectively. Indeed, I have myself bought acid,” she said. “We have propelled another activity called ‘Shoot Acid’. By methods for the Right to Information Act, we are endeavoring to secure information concerning the clearance of corrosive in each area.
Also, We expect to exhibit the data gathered through this activity under the watchful eye of the Supreme Court to notify them of the circumstance on the ground.”
Laxmi got a 2014 International Women of Courage grant award by US First Lady Michelle Obama. She was additionally picked as the NDTV Indian of the Year.
Also, A motion movie is being made featuring performing artist Deepika Padukone, which is motivated by her voyage as an acid assault survivor.