Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Video: 10-year-old child was selling socks at crossroads, video reached to Chief Minister, know what happened then?

New Delhi: Social media has caused many people to hail from the floor. Something similar has happened with 10-year-old child Vansh Singh in Ludhiana, Punjab. When the story of dynasty, which was forced to leave school after class 2, went viral on social media, the video also reached the Chief Minister of Punjab.

He spoke to this child on a video call and instructed the district collector to get the child to join the school again. Along with this, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has announced a financial assistance of Rs 2 lakh to the family of this child.

This video of the dynasty selling socks on traffic signals of Ludhiana was quite viral on social media. Due to poor economic condition of the family, the dynasty left school in the second class itself. The car driver, who made a descent video at a traffic signal, gave 50 rupees more to the child after taking the nudes, then he refused to take the car, showing him suicide.

A 10-year-old descendant and his family from the Haibowal area of ​​Punjab are barely able to juggle bread on June 2. Now Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh directed Ludhiana DC to ensure that the dynasty will study in their school again. 7 All expenses for their education will be borne by the state government. Chief Minister Amarinder Singh said that the child’s self-esteem has impressed him a lot.

Dynasty’s father Paramjeet also sells stock and mother Rani is a homemaker. The clan has three sisters and an elder brother and the family lives in a rented house in Haibowal area. When this video of dynasty excavation reached millions of people, people are praising its honesty.

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