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14-yr-old forced to sell tea in Mumbai after mother loses job due to COVID-19

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14-yr-old forced to sell tea in Mumbai after mother loses job due to COVID-19

14-yr-old forced to sell tea in Mumbai after mother loses job due to COVID-19

Meet the 14-year-old boy, Subhaan Shaikh who is selling tea, door to door for livelihood.

It's been almost 6 months since Subhaan started selling tea in Mumbai, as his mother lost her job due to COVID-19.

"My mother lost her job due to COVID-19 lockdown.

I have no tea shop.

I roam around to sell tea.

I earn 300 to 400 rupees on daily basis and gave it to mother and save some money for future," Subhaan said.

Country has witnessed major job losses due to COVID-19 shutdown.

The pandemic has impacted the economy and livelihood of the working class.


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