Indore: Thanks to the sanitation workers, Indore is number one in cleanliness in the country.
Meanwhile, the states’s Scheduled Tribe Department has granted a scholarship of Rs one crore to Rohini, daughter of sanitation worker Nutan Ghavri.
Rohini, who has done MBA in Marketing, will now go to Scotland for PhD. Her mother works as a sanitation worker in the Employees State Insurance Corporation Hospital.
Nutan explains, “I used to take Rohini with me on duty for ten years, but she was more into studies.. When she expressed her desire to study further, we could not even refuse. I mortgaged my gold ornaments to educate her and I still have to get it back. “
At the same time, Rohini said that whenever I used to go to any wedding with my family, people used to tell my father to get me married as I had grown up or else I would not get a good groom. Now those people congratulate Papa and give my example to their children.”
Rohini, besides her siblings, also interested in sports
Rohini is also the national volleyball player. She has two sisters- Komal, Ashwini and brother Harsh. Komal has qualified NEET. Ashwini is in 12th standard and is also a state-level volleyball player. Harsh is captain of the Under-14 basketball team.