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Dhananjay Kumar and his wife, who had come to Gwalior to travel for 1,200 km from Godda, Jharkhand, on a scooter and traveled 1,200 km, will now go home by plane. The Adani Foundation has arranged air travel for them.
Dhananjay (27) said that on behalf of the foundation of the Adani Group, we have got an air ticket from Gwalior to Ranchi. This ticket is on 16 September. There is no direct flight from Gwalior to Ranchi, so both of us will reach Ranchi via Hyderabad. After this one will go to Godda by road from Ranchi. This has been arranged by the District Magistrate of Godda.
Madhya Pradesh: A couple, who reached Gwalior from Godda in Jharkhand on a scooter to appear in an exam, has been given return air tickets by a corporate group. Dhananjay, the man says, “We never boarded a plane in our lives. We thank them for the support.” (06.09.2020) pic.twitter.com/Er8pAUhcnl
– ANI (@ANI) September 6, 2020
He said that Adani Foundation will arrange to send my scooter as well. Dhananjay said that the Gwalior administration has made arrangements to stay near the examination center. He said that some people in Godda have also talked about arranging jobs.
Dhananjay had borrowed Rs 10,000 for mortgaging his wife's jewelery to come to Gwalior.
Dhananjay, from Godda in Jharkhand, came to Gwalior on 30 August to get his DED (Diploma in Education) examination on his scooter by his pregnant wife Soni Hebaram (22) due to lack of means of travel including train and bus due to Corona epidemic. .
During this journey, he also faced rain and bad roads and traveled about 1200 kilometers. After the matter came to light, the Gwalior administration helped him and the Adani Foundation made arrangements to send him back by air.