A small child became a special guest during the President’s visit to Jharkhand. A child Dilip Munda became a special guest during the President’s visit to Jharkhand, know its story

droupadi murmu - India TV Hindi News

Image Source: TWITTER
Draupadi Murmu met Dilip Munda and his mother

Ranchi: President Draupadi Murmu had reached Ulihatu village in Jharkhand on Tuesday to pay homage to the memory of tribal legend Birsa Munda. During this visit of the President, a 10 year old boy Dilip Munda was also called as a special guest. His mother was also with the child. The President patted the boy’s back and inquired about his mother’s well-being. Actually, this is the child who was adopted by Draupadi Murmu 5 years back when she was the Governor of Jharkhand.

Divyang mother was a victim of Maoist exploitation

This child named Dilip Munda, who lives in Gudabandha town of East Singhbhum district of Jharkhand, is a student of class five. He was born in odd circumstances, but now he dreams high. His mother is a Divyang, who was a victim of exploitation by a Naxalite. When this child came into the world, the question was who would take care of him?

droupadi murmu and dilip munda

Image Source: TWITTER

Draupadi Murmu and Dilip Munda

Murmu sends gifts for the child and his mother every Diwali
After the birth of Dilip, when the story of his mother’s helplessness surfaced in the media, Draupadi Murmu, who was the governor of Jharkhand at that time, took cognizance. On his instructions, the officers of the administration reached the Raj Bhavan in Ranchi with the mother-son. Murmu adopted him and took care of his upbringing and studies. Since then his needs are being met by Murmu and Raj Bhavan. Murmu does not forget to send gifts for this child and his mother every Diwali.

Dilip studies in fifth grade in English medium school
Dileep and his mother were specially invited during the President’s visit on Tuesday. The President asked Dileep about his education. Gave him affection and asked him to study diligently. Later his pictures were also tweeted from the President’s Twitter handle. Dileep currently studies in class five in an English medium school in Dhalbhumgarh town. He aspires to become a doctor when he grows up.

Latest India News

Read breaking news, live news updates and special stories from India and abroad on India TV Hindi News and keep yourself up-to-date. Click for National News in Hindi India section

For more news stay tuned to INTV News.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *