“I can’t speak to her [Santosh] directly, but I think she is an incredibly talented person,” said Moti, who was on her way home from work one afternoon in February.
“She’s always been very outspoken.
She is so positive, but there are times when you can just see the negative side of her.
She just loves her kids very much.
She’s so well-rounded, and I don’t think she gets the time or space she deserves.”
Moti was on the phone with her mother, the founder of the Indian branch of PepsiCo India.
In a video on her Facebook page, Moti explained that the family’s health problems have been in the news.
The family has recently lost their eldest son, Srinivas, to cancer, and they are dealing with the health implications of a stroke.
“We have lost Srinas and our daughter.
This is not just an accident, but a medical emergency.
We don’t have any funds, so we need to be financially stable.
We are not able to send money home, so the money we do have has to be used for the family,” Moti said.”
We don’t speak much English.
We speak about food, about how much money we have and how much we need,” she said.
“Our family has been living in a rented apartment for five months.
We had a lot of bills and food that we didn’t eat.
We were on our own.””
This is not about money, it is about family,” she added.”
The government is not interested in the needs of the people who are affected,” she told Al Jazeera.
“They are interested in profit.”
The family’s story is one of a growing number of cases of children and teenagers who suffer from autism spectrum disorder in India, where a new law requires the medical certification of any child or teen diagnosed with the disorder.
The country has some of the highest rates of autism in the world, and the country’s social services and government agencies have been accused of failing to respond adequately to the issue.
“It’s not about a lack of funds, it’s about lack of education,” said Karna Bhatt, the mother of a 12-year-old boy with autism who is now in the care of a private care home.
If you can’t provide proper support to people like my son, then how will we be able protect him?””
I think the government should be looking at the problem from the inside, and not from outside.
If you can’t provide proper support to people like my son, then how will we be able protect him?”
India has one of the world’s highest rates for autism, with an estimated 300,000 children with the condition diagnosed in India every year.
About one in 10 children in the country are affected by autism.
According to a report published in the Indian Journal of Medical Ethics in 2014, more than 50 per cent of Indian parents are unaware of the disorder and that the prevalence of autism was 10 per cent in the 2014-15 school year.
The report also found that children with autism tend to have higher levels of anxiety, which in turn can lead to more severe social and emotional difficulties, including difficulties with social communication.
In 2016, an estimated 9.6 per cent, or about 2,600 children, in India were diagnosed with autism.
India’s Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment (MSE) says that it has introduced new laws and policies aimed at improving the health of its children, but the lack of support and resources is the major concern.
“This issue is really a big problem in India.
The problem is that we have so many young people with autism,” Moli said.
The number of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in India has nearly doubled in the past 10 years, from 5,000 in 2004 to 27,000 by 2015, according to the National Autism Trust.
The government estimates that about 25,000 Indian children have autism.
The government has also taken action against the illegal mining of gold in the state of Gujarat, and has launched a campaign to educate children about the importance of education and safety.
However, Moli says that the government’s efforts to educate and support its young people is not enough.
“The government should not only be concerned about the children, they should also be concerned that the children have access to basic education.
They have to be able do maths, to study and be able even to read and write,” she explained.
“If the government is concerned about safety, then they should invest in better schools.
If the government wants to provide children with better opportunities, then it should invest more in schools.”
India is also home to some of Asia’s highest suicide rates, with more than 200,000 people dying by suicide in India last year, according the International Association of Suicidology.