Gadchiroli March 3 (District Correspondent) Ms. Kiran Kurmawar, a taxi driver’s daughter from village Regunta in Sironcha taluka, was given a financial assistance of Rs. 5 lakhs for her education in a foreign country by the ROTI Foundation of Nagpur the other day.
The cheque of the financial assistance was handed over to Kiran at the hands of Raje Ambrishrao Maharaj, former District In charge Minister at village Reguntha in presence of Dr. Rohit Madewar, President and the other office bearers of the Foundation.
Reguntha is a small village situated in remote, naxal-infested area of Gadchiroli district. Kiran wanted to go to London for higher education, where she had got admission in a top college. The girl and her family however could not afford the fees as they are in dire financial position.
President of Roti Foundation Nagpur, Dr. Rohit Madewar somehow came to know this and he immediately offered a helping hand. He contacted Aheri BJP taluka president Ravi Nelkudri. Ravi managed to contact the girl and finally a cheque of Rs. 5 lakhs was handed over to Kiran at an event held at Reguntha at the hands of Raje Ambrishrao Atram.
Kiran was supporting her family by driving taxi with her father. In this situation, she has completed her graduation from Osmanabad. She wanted to go to London for her further education, but due to financial problems, she could not do so.
On this occasion Dr. Rohit Madewar, President of Jan Sangharsh Committee Dutta Shirke, Prashant Shende, Ravi Nelkudri, Prashant Namelwar, Rakesh Kosare, Vinod Jillewar, Dr. Tirupati Kolawar, Dr. Snehal Mekratwar, Notthai Kodelwar, Hrithik Kumbhare, Anurag Pipre, Akash Tulsigiri, Police Station in-charge of Regunta, Sanap, Atthai Kodelwar, Pramod Bhoyar, Santosh Padalwar, Mallana Sangharathi, Ajay Mukesh and a large number of citizens of Regunta were present.
Photo Raje Ambrishrao Maharaj presenting a cheque to Ms. Kiran as Dr. Rohit Madewar and others look on.