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Bengaluru Sub-Inspector Teaches Children Of Migrant Workers Who Cant Access Online Education – Real Singham: Policeman giving free education to children of laborers, said


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Online schooling is being taught to kids resulting from Coronavirus. But there are a lot of kids who’re unable to check resulting from lack of smartphones and mobiles. The Messiah of such kids has turn out to be a policeman, who’s educating these kids earlier than obligation. Sub-Inspector Shanthappa Jademmanavr of Annapurneshwari Nagar in Bengaluru, Bengaluru, Karnataka, teaches kids of migrant staff who don’t have smartphones, laptops to attend on-line lessons. Shanthappa is being praised so much on social media. People are telling him the actual Singham.

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Shanthappa teaches kids earlier than occurring obligation. They take the board to the roadside and supply free schooling to the kids by laying them on the bottom. They don’t want them to work like dad and mom due to this epidemic. News company ANI has shared the images on Twitter. Where it may be seen that they’re educating the kids of laborers.

Talking to ANI, Shanthappa stated, ‘Children of migrant staff even have the precise to schooling. It isn’t their fault that they can not go to high school or get a web-based schooling. I don’t want these kids to work as their dad and mom, solely to check. This is my precedence.

People are praising Shanthappa very a lot and calling him an actual Singham.

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