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Kerala (Kozhikode): The fate of 11 rag-pickers women has changed overnight. The incident clearly proved that the goddess Laxmi can move anywhere and bestowed Her blessing to shine the luck of poors. Eleven poor women collected Rs 250. With this county money, the women did such a thing that now they have become owners of […]

Edited By : Divya Richa | Updated: Jul 28, 2023 16:06 IST
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Kerala (Kozhikode): The fate of 11 rag-pickers women has changed overnight. The incident clearly proved that the goddess Laxmi can move anywhere and bestowed Her blessing to shine the luck of poors. Eleven poor women collected Rs 250. With this county money, the women did such a thing that now they have become owners of 10 crores. The story surprised everyone.

11 women collect Rs 250

As per the report, this story begins with 11 women members of Haritha Karma Sena (HKS) living in Parappanangadi Municipality area, Malappuram, Kerala. They won the first prize of the monsoon bumper lottery i.e. Rs 10 crore. They together collect Rs 250. Total 9 women gave Rs 25-25 and two women gave Rs 12.5-12.5.

Rag-pickers women

The report says that these women collect non-biodegradable waste from homes and establishments for the last two and a half years to run their families. These women are part of the 57-member HKS group in the municipality. Although their happiness is on the seventh sky after winning the prize money, but the women say that they will continue with their old business.

Luck shines

Reports said that the women who won the lottery are P Parvathy, K Leela, MP Radha, M Sheeja, K Chandrika, E Bindu, Karthiyayini, K Shobha, C Baby, C Kuttimalu and P Lakshmi. Parvathy, a native of Parappanangadi, said she had no hope as this was the fourth ticket she had bought with added money.

Victory information

The ticket was sold by an agency in Palakkad on Wednesday. The women of the first group felt that they would lose Rs 250. One of the women said that when she returned home after work this afternoon (Wednesday), her son asked her whether she had checked the ticket? Because a person called and said the ticket had won the prize money.

Most of the 11 women who won Rs 10 crore said they would use the money to build a house, educate their children and pay off their debts. Baby and Kuttimalu put in Rs 12.5 as their share, as they did not have Rs 25 with them. The women say that all of them were victims of poverty.

The women have given the winning ticket to the Parpanangadi branch of the Punjab National Bank. Osman A, Chairman of Parappanangadi Municipality, said that luck has favored the fittest team, as these women were struggling to support themselves and their families, but were always sincere towards their work.

First published on: Jul 28, 2023 04:06 PM IST

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