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6/30/21

Dad lost his job in the epidemic, sold mangoes on the road to study, Mumbai businessman bought 12 mangoes for Rs 1.20 lakh

Carrie changed 'Aam' luck : 



A picture of Tulsi selling mangoes on the street went viral on social media.



Carrie has changed the fate of an 11-year-old girl in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand. The fact is that Tulsi, who sells mangoes on the road, wants to study. Online classes are running in the epidemic, so he also needed a smartphone.



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However, Corona lost her father's job, which increased her anxiety. However, even in such a difficult situation, the girl's spirit remained intact. Tulsi, who lives on Straight Miles Road, found a way to make money. Tulsi used to pick mangoes from her garden every day and sell them sitting on the road. He started collecting the money he got so that he could buy a smartphone and study online.


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Meanwhile, a picture of a girl selling mangoes went viral on social media. Seeing the picture, a businessman from Mumbai decided to help him. She bought 12 mangoes from the mangoes sold by the girl and also gave her 1 lakh 20 thousand rupees. Tulsi has bought a smartphone from this phone today and has now started studying it online.

Tulsi donated Rs 1.20 lakh to a Mumbai businessman.






Help from social media
Tulsi, a 5th standard student at Bagunhatu Government School, was on the verge of dropping out due to lack of money. If the financial condition of the house is not good, on the other hand, there is also a passion to study Tulsi. The lockdown is currently underway and there was an urgent need for mobiles for online classes. So Tulsi used to pick mangoes from the garden every day and sell them sitting on the road. Meanwhile, a picture of him went viral on social media. After that, Mumbai businessman Ameya Hete came forward to help Tulsi.

Tulsi, who studies at home, wants to be a teacher with her two sisters.




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girl has bought a mobile phone worth Rs 13,000 out of Rs 1 lakh 20 thousand received from FD Mumbai businessman Ameya Hete for Rs 80,000. The family has made a fixed deposit of Rs 80,000 in the name of the girl so that she does not have any difficulty in further education. Ameya Hete said that Mr. Kumar, the father of Tulsi, lost his job in Corona. They were very worried about the future of the girl. Now they will continue to bear the cost of studying Tulsi from time to time. The book has been given to Tulsi. The mobile has also been recharged for a year.




Tulsi wants to be a teacher
Tulsi said that now he will teach on his own and will also teach two sisters Roshni and Deepika. Her dream is for all three sisters to become teachers and educate poor children so that no poor child is deprived of education.

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