Jharkhand CM announces Rs 1 lakh for Intermediate examination topper
The money would be given to Sahu, whose father is a brick kiln worker so that he can continue his studies.
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Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das today announced Rs 1 lakh for Ramesh Sahu, a poor boy who topped the Intermediate examination in Gumla district, an official release said here.
The money would be given to Sahu, whose father is a brick kiln worker so that he can continue his studies. Hailing from Navni village in extremist-hit Gumla district, Sahu sells toys at fairs and dreams of becoming an IAS officer one day, the release said.
Sahu topped Intermediate examination in Gumla district this year. In his "Maan ki Baat" programme today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi hailed Sahu saying he is an example to others.
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