Jamshedpur News | Jharkhand: Businessmen who bought 12 mangoes from a girl for Rs 1.2 lakh said – ‘Where there is a will, there is a way’, Jamshedpur: Tulsi Kumari sells 12 mangoes for Rs 1,20,000, buys a smartphone
12 mangoes of a girl from Jamshedpur were sold for Rs 1.2 lakh.  |  Photo Credits: ANI
- Schools have started going online after the corona epidemic
- Tulsi Kumari was unable to study online due to financial constraints.
- Tulsi was raising money by selling mangoes to buy a smartphone
Jamshedpur : With courage and determination, even the biggest of difficulties and difficulties can be overcome. Sincere effort towards the goal attracts people towards it. A similar incident of helping the needy has come to the fore in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand where a girl was unable to attend online classes due to the lockdown but now her wish has been fulfilled. A businessman from Mumbai has bought 12 mangoes from the girl for Rs 1.2 lakh. The businessman says that Tulsi Kumari has set an example with her dedication. He said, ‘Where there is a will, there is a way.’
Tulsi wanted to study online
Actually, during the Corona epidemic, school education has started going online. Tulsi Kumari, 11, studying in Jamshedpur, did not have a smartphone, due to which she was unable to study online. Tulsi’s family was in financial trouble. She was saving money to buy a smartphone as well as helping the family by selling mangoes on the roadside in Jamshedpur. A Mumbai businessman was very impressed by Tulsi’s passion for studies. He bought 12 mangoes from Tulsi for Rs 1.2 lakh. That is, he gave 10,000 rupees for each mango.
Mumbai businessman bought 12 mangoes by paying 1.2 lakh
A Hete, MD, Valuable Edutainment Pvt Ltd, deposited Rs 1.2 lakh in the bank account of Shrimal Kumar, Tulsi’s father. After this Tulsi bought a smartphone for herself. Tulsi told TOI, ‘Yes, I sold mangoes. I wanted to buy a smartphone for my online classes. For this I was saving money. I have bought a smartphone. Now I will be able to attend online classes.
‘Where there is a will, there is a way’
Hete says that he was very impressed by Tulsi’s dedication. “He didn’t ask for help,” he said. To send the message that Tulsi might not find it helpful, I bought her mangoes. I didn’t do any charity work. Tulsi’s story will inspire others. Hete said in one of his tweets, ‘Thank you so much Tulsi for setting an example. Where there is a will, there is a way.
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