Seeing the dedication of Tulsi Kumari, an 11-year-old girl living in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, the heart of a Mumbai businessman was like this that she bought 12 mangoes from Tulsi Kumari for Rs 1.2 lakh. Shocking to hear, this incident is real. Actually Tulsi Kumari is a fifth grade student, but her studies were stopped due to the closure of the school due to the lockdown. Along with this, the financial condition of his family had also deteriorated during the lockdown. His parents did not have the money to get him a smartphone for online classes. In an interview, Tulsi told that she wanted to buy a smartphone, but whatever she earned from selling mangoes, she used to buy ration for the family, but Tulsi’s fortunes changed when a Mumbai businessman as a messiah Bought 12 mangoes from him for Rs 1.2 lakh. That is, the price of each mango was fixed at Rs 10,000. At the same time, by selling mangoes worth 1.2 lakh rupees, Tulsi has bought a smartphone to complete her studies.
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Tulsi’s mother Padmini Devi told in an interview that her daughter, a class 5 student, wanted a smartphone to continue her studies online, but started selling mangoes on the roadside during the lockdown. At the same time, when a person from Mumbai came to know about him, he sent money in exchange for mangoes so that he could complete his studies. Along with this, Tulsi and her mother have also thanked the businessman.
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According to Mumbai-based Hete, he came to know about Tulsi through a journalist’s social media post and decided to help him. The businessman told that when he heard about his story, the story touched his heart. He said that ‘there are many children whose struggle with poverty is affecting their education, but I was impressed by Tulsi’s story, because she has the spirit of not giving up on circumstances and striving for her dreams’.