Some philanthropists helped a poor woman who had sold her jewellery to buy a smart phone for her daughter’s education in Belagavi recently.
Sarojini Bevinakatti, a Jogamma of Saundatti Yallamma temple, who lives in Belagavi city, had been forced to sell her earring to buy a smart phone. Her daughter is an SSLC student in the Government Sardar’s High School in the city.
Her son is bed-ridden, after an accident. The Jogamma family lives in a tin shed near the school.
BJP leaders Ujwala Bhadavanache and Veeresh Kivudasannavar bought her a pair of earrings and provided her with some foodgrains.
Mr. Kivudasannavar also promised to help the girl complete her education and to get a job for her brother. Social workers Manjula Kotagi and Kannubai Thakkar were also present.
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