Jharkhand guy rides 1,200kilometers on scooter to take wife to test center in Madhya Pradesh | Ranchi News


GWALIOR: Rains and potholed streets are not any deterrence to get a Jharkhand man who drove 1,200 kilometers on a scooter, together with his elderly wife sitting pillion, so she could look for a test for aspiring teachers in Madhya Pradesh. The tribal bunch, Dhananjay Kumar (27) and his wife Soni Hembram (22), hauled to the two-wheeler from Ganta Tola village at Godda district of Jharkhand to achieve Gwalior, a center for DEd (Diploma in Education) examination, demanded to be rid of people needing to take up teaching tasks.
The desire to see his spouse turned into a schoolteacher motivated Kumar to tackle the arduous travel, covering greater than 1,200 kilometers across four countries, braving rains and bad streets in the middle of Covid-19-imposed lockdown.
As trains, buses and other methods of transportation weren’t available, we chose to traverse the travel by road on the two-wheeler, Kumar informed on Friday.
My spouse, who’s pregnant, was originally unwilling to take this tough journey. But after viewing my conclusion, she consented for this very long trip, ” he explained.
The few came here on August 30 to get DEd examination being ran by the MP Board of Secondary Education. The examination will last until September 11.
As a movie of this couple and their travel taken by some newspersons went viral about social networking, the district government stepped in to help them.
When I’d hired a cab for arriving to Gwalior, it might have cost Rs 30,000 that was a major sum for me. Whatever small jewellery we’ve, we now mortgaged it to increase 10,000.
“So far, we’ve spent 5,000 on our one time trip and also on a room that we’ve taken on lease at Deendayal Nagar here, Kumar, who’s studied till Class 2, stated.
We started off August 28 morning and enroute remained a night every night in Muzaffarpur (Bihar) and Lucknow to reach Gwalior on our scooter,” said Kumar, who had been employed as a cook using a secretary until he lost his job three months back due to lockdown.
Formerly I believed that it will be possible for me to look in this evaluation but after viewing my husband conclusion and guts, I got prepared for this very long trip.
“We faced a great deal of difficulty as a result of rains. I got gentle fever enroute, but everything is fine. I shall apply for teaching task in Jharkhand and that I am certain that I’ll get chosen, Soni, who got married to Kumar in December this past year, stated.
Taking cognisance of those couples travails, Gwalior collector Kaushlendra Vikram Singh led the districts girls empowerment officer, Shaleen Sharma, to look after them and supplied Rs ,000 as instant aid.
Sharma stated, The government will also cover their rent and also make arrangements to get their meals. We also have provided to send them back into their own village safely.
Since the girl is pregnant, particular attention has been given to her medical evaluation and ultrasound will be done on Sunday, he added.


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