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Written by Anasuya Roy   

The government is working on draft regulation on ragging, many say this is a positive step to curb ragging but for the family of Aman Kachroo who died in Himachal Pradesh while being ragged, it's just not enough.

"I would like to talk to him once, want to have an opportunity to sit with him for just an hour just talk to him, had a very special bond with him we used to talk a lot will miss that immensely," said Prof Rajender Kachroo, Aman Kachroo's father.

Rajendra Kachroo misses his soul mate, a 19-year-old, who was more like a 50-year-old friend.

His only son Aman, a first year medical student died after severe ragging on March 8 exactly a month after his birthday.

Today, his family tries its best to keep a smile on.

"I did not get much time to mourn my son's death, to tell you the truth I do not want to mourn my son's death. It's a tragedy, a big tragedy but I will look at the positive side to ensure this does not happen again," Prof Kachroo added.

Kachroo's days are filled with meetings with officials who could help him in his mission.

"We are going to go ahead and make a plan for presentation to Raghavan Committee very soon," he further said.

Prof Kachroo will continue with the Aman movement, a father's fight for justice for his son; for him justice will be done if across the country there is a zero tolerance for ragging.

"This is something that has to be done for Aman, I do not have a choice in the matter as he has left me with this job, and I cannot fail him it is something I have to do," the professor reiterates.

The family of 19-year-old Aman Kachroo is trying to come to terms with his death, the latest victim of ragging, it's two weeks since the young boy died.

"Now, a days most of the times we talk about Aman, his life his ways," tell his parents.

The mention of his antics often brings a smile on the faces of the loved ones Aman has left behind.

 



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