Jayushbhai has been trapped in India for 5 years, and enough is enough. It is time for action. It is time to bring him home (for Cornell Reunion June 6-9). Please sign this petition and spread the message. You can make a difference.
When Ayush was growing up in the streets of Delhi, it was clear at an early age that he was destined for greatness. At only age three, he taught a homeless man how to play ping pong. At age 12, he solved a very difficult math problem. He continued to use math and ping pong to make India a beacon of hope and a shining example for the world. Especially for Mexico. In 2004, Ayush had done all he could in India, and decided there was only one place where he would reach his full potential: SUNY Binghamton. But they misplaced his fafsa and he ended up at nearby Cornell University.
At Cornell, Ayush learned to harness his gifts for a greater purpose. He quickly became jayush in 2005, and finally, achieved jayushbhai in 2008. Sadly, in 2009, India, now lost and without guidance, kidnapped him and refused to share him with anyone. Except for sometimes with China.
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