Andhra man donates pension benefits for girls’ education and receives praise from Prime Minister

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An Andhra Pradesh man has donated his entire pension benefit to help with girls’ education, earning him praise from Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his Mann Ki Baat.

An Andhra Pradesh man has donated his entire pension benefit to help with girls’ education, earning him praise from Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his Mann Ki Baat. (Courtesy of PTI)

STRONG POINTS

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi has praised Ram Bhupal Reddy for donating his pension benefits for girls’ education.
  • The Prime Minister has congratulated the Andhra Pradesh resident on his 86th Mann Ki Baat.
  • A total of 25 lakh was donated through the Sukanya Samridhi Yojana.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised an Andhra Pradesh man for donating his pension benefits for girls’ education in the 86th rendition of his radio address, ‘Mann Ki Baat’. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has informed through his ‘Mann Ki Baat’ radio address that Ram Bhupal Reddy of Andhra Pradesh has donated his entire pension benefit for girls’ education. The PM said more than 25 lakhs had been donated by Ram Bhupal Reddy through the Sukanya Samridhi Yojana.

RISE ABOVE YOURSELF, PART OF INDIAN VALUES

Speaking about Ram Bhupal Reddy’s donation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “My fellow countrymen, the mantra of serving society by rising above oneself is part of our values, our sanskar.”

“Countless people in our country make this mantra their life goal,” he added.

ALL RETIREMENT SAVINGS RETURNED

Praising Ram Bhupal Reddy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, “I heard about Ram Bhupal Reddy ji, a friend living in Markapuram, Andhra Pradesh. You will be surprised to know that Ram Bhupal Reddy ji donated all his earnings after his retirement for the education of his daughters.

MORE THAN 25 LAKHS HAVE DONATED

Talking about Ram Bhupal Reddy’s donation from Andhra Pradesh, he said, “He opened accounts for around 100 girls under ‘Sukanya Samridhi Yojana’ and deposited more than 25 lakhs there.”


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