Success Story: A girl from Sukma district of Chhattisgarh has hoisted the flag of success by defeating Naxalism and poverty. The daughter of a bus driver living in Sukma has secured a job in a government hospital in London.
According to information, Riya Philip, a resident of Naxal-affected Dornapal in Sukma district, overcame the fear of red terror and severe poverty to create a new success story. Riya has got a job as a nurse in a government hospital in London. Riya’s achievement has not only filled her family members and relatives with pride but has also inspired others to dream the same.
Mother is a school teacher
Riya’s mother Sholi Philip is a teacher in a private school and her father Ritesh Philip works as a bus driver in the same school. According to information, earlier Riya’s family lived in Dubbatota village. Later They moved to Dornapal fearing Naxalites. Despite being in dire straits, Sholi and Ramesh did everything they could to ensure good education for their children.
Realizing that their children were taking an interest in their studies, the couple decided to push themselves in search of a better life and future for themselves. Rhea’s father told news agency ANI that with dreams of pursuing a high school education, Rhea moved to Jagdalpur and then moved to Bengaluru to study nursing. She served at Kokilaben Hospital in Mumbai for two years. Eventually, Riya got a job offer from London.
Riya’s annual package is Rs 21 lakh
He said that we had to mortgage our house to meet his requirement of Rs 3 lakh for his trip to the United Kingdom. His father further informed that now she has a job with an annual package of Rs 21 lakh.