Raju Performs Social Service By Begging, PM Modi Also Praised Raju, Today Mentioned Raju In Mann Ki Baat
Prime Minister Modi today (31 May) mentioned a man named Raju in Mann Ki Baat. Raju has been in the discussion earlier because of his work. Raju has presented a wonderful example of humanity by helping people in the Corona era. This is the reason why Prime Minister Modi told the whole country about Raju.
Raju hails from Pathankot, Punjab. He is Divyang and begging. Raju spends the money from begging to help the people. With the money of begging, Raju has so far given a month’s ration to more than 100 families and has distributed masks among more than 2500 people. Raju raised all this money by begging.
Raju begs throughout the day and then helps people with the same amount
Raju begging all day in a wheelchair. He keeps only as much as he can by begging. Everyone else divides them into other people. Raju is a source of inspiration not only for a healthy person but also for a healthy person who distributes ration to people’s homes in dirty clothes. At the same time, people know that if their money is to be used for good, then people give money to Raju with an open heart.
Raju is giving messages to stay at home
Raju meets daily in his wheelchair in the streets of Pathankot. During this time Raju distributes masks and rations to the people. It also motivates people to stay at home and follow social distance. Raju says that people pay a lot of money, they add money and spend it on the needy as soon as they get a chance. Raju said that when he was in need of his family, he kept him away, if I do some goodness then maybe my funeral may get people’s shoulders.
Children’s fees, 22 poor girls get married
You can guess Raju’s generosity by the fact that he has been engaged in social service for a long time. So far he has married 22 poor girls. In summer, Chhabil also gets Bhandara done. Not only this, but Raju also got it constructed with his own money, fed with daily accidents on a street bridge on Dhangu Road, Pathankot.
On August 15 every year, women provide sewing machines to make them self-sufficient. In winter, blankets are distributed. Raju is also reimbursing the fees of some children. Also, help with copy-book. Raju says that all these are my own. Helping them brings peace of mind.