He peddled 105 kilometers on his bicycle to reach there amid the COVID-19 lockdown.
His son sat on the rear seat and had a triumphant and grateful smile on his face.
His father was not educated but for his son to be educated, he had to do this.
His son had his supplementary paper for standard 10.
The Madhya Pradesh Government has undertaken a scheme “Ruk Jaana Nahin” where they are giving another chance to students to clear those subjects in which they didn’t pass in the first attempt.
He knows the importance of education in the modern world.
He said that if he didn’t take this opportunity his son would be the one bearing problems.
A drop of one year would not be good for him so inspite of no money and no transportation facilities, he decided to help his son study.
They packed their bags and carried food and eatables with them.
They left on Monday and after spending a few hours of night at Manawar town, they reached Dhar on Tuesday, just before the exam begun.
The determination to let his son was the actual thing that peddled for 105 kilometers.
No transportation was available yet somehow he managed to do his best.
He even did not have money to get a private vehicle to get them there but what they had was the will to be there.
He is a 38 year old man, Shobhram and his son’s name is Ashish who is 15 years old.
Will will win you the world.
Disclaimer: Based on true events.
– Tanisha Agrawal