Within the absence of public transport, a 38-year-old man travelled on a bicycle for 105 kilometers, carrying his son, to make sure he doesn’t miss his Class 10 boards supplementary examination in Madhya Pradesh.
Although Shobhram, who paddled the cycle, is himself illiterate, he says he understands the significance of training and didn’t need his son to waste one 12 months by lacking the supplementary paper.
With no public transport out there because of the COVID-19 lockdown and hardly any cash, Shobhram determined to take his son on a bicycle to Dhar city, some 105 km away, in order that he can seem in Class 10th boards supplementary examination carried out underneath the Madhya Pradesh authorities’s “Ruk Jana Nahin” scheme.
The scheme offers a possibility to college students to clear these topics which they have been unable to go within the first try.
“No technique of transport, together with bus, have been out there because of the prevailing coronavirus state of affairs. But when I had missed this chance, then my son’s one 12 months would have gone waste. Subsequently, I made a decision to take him for the examination on a bicycle,” Shobhram informed PTI on Wednesday.
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“Moreover, we do not have cash or perhaps a motorbike. No person helps. However for bettering my son’s life, I introduced him to Dhar for showing within the examination on bicycle,” he mentioned.
“We carried meals and different eatables with us for sustaining ourselves in Dhar for two-three days. We began on Monday and after spending a number of hours of evening at Manawar city, we reached Dhar on Tuesday morning simply earlier than begin of the examination,” he mentioned.
The boy, Ashish, aged round 15, mentioned: “I’m learning in Class 10 and I got here right here on cycle with my father for showing within the examination.”