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Jharkhand man takes wife to Gwalior on scooter for exam, get return air tickets

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Jharkhand man takes wife to Gwalior on scooter for exam, get return air tickets

Jharkhand man takes wife to Gwalior on scooter for exam, get return air tickets

A couple from Jharkhand braved rains and bad roads for an examination.

Dhananjay Kumar and his wife pregnant Soni Hembram travelled on a two-wheeler from Ganta Tola village in Godda district of Jharkhand to Madhya Pradesh’s Gwalior so that his wife could appear in an examination for aspiring teachers.

Kumar was inspired to fulfill his wife’s wish of becoming a school teacher.

After the couple's story appeared in media, the Adani Foundation offered them air tickets for their return journey to reach their home in Jharkhand.

Watch the full video for more details.


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