Press Reporter News Service
Rohtak, October 1
Raj Aggarwal, a USA-based philanthropist of Indian origin, has come to assistance from the scholars and volunteers of Gandhi College, a casual faculty for underprivileged youngsters in Rohtak.
“I learn a news report within the on-line version of The Press Reporter about Rukhsar, daughter of a migrant employee, who has accomplished her education and needs to pursue a course in nursing, however her mother and father can’t afford that. I additionally examine Sumit, a youth who operates auto-rickshaw to proceed his research and in addition teaches babies at Gandhi College,” Aggarwal instructed The Press Reporter over the telephone.
Upon studying the story, Aggarwal determined to sponsor the schooling of Rukhsar and despatched an quantity of Rs 2 lakh for her research and for the opposite college students and volunteers of Gandhi College. He additionally despatched a monetary help of Rs 50,000 for Sumit.
“I admire The Press Reporter for highlighting the plight and battle of kids like Rukhsar and Sumit. I really feel that such youngsters ought to get a very good schooling and monetary constraints shouldn’t change into an obstacle of their research,” he said.
Naresh Kumar, the founding father of Gandhi College, has additionally expressed gratitude in direction of Aggarwal for extending a serving to hand in direction of the scholars and volunteers of the varsity.