Ask those who have achieved big in life and they will tell you how they managed to come a long way. It is said that there is no shortcut to success and those who work hard, breaking barriers to achieve their dream always come out with flying colours. Something similar was seen on the streets of Nagpur recently.
Suraj, a specially-abled street food vendor, was recently spotted in Nagpur selling samosas while sitting on a wheelchair. He speaks English, always remains polite to his customers and pursues his dream of becoming an IAS officer.
He is still pursuing his dream of becoming an IAS officer, and hence, he is selling samosas to pay for his education.
Food blogger, Gaurav Wasan saw Suraj in Nagpur and had a conversation with him. Wasan later shared the footage on his Instagram handle, "youtubeswadofficial." He captioned the post: IAS ki पढ़ाई के लिए बेचते हे Samose 🥲🥲 Let’s help him 🙌.
Soon netizens showered praise and also wished luck to Suraj. "Inspirational not letting his disability affect his aspirations true inspiration," wrote an Ista user. "Bhai ap best ho duaye lete ho sabki Allah tala apki sari khwaishe puri krde jald hi ❤️❤️," wished another user.