In an interesting development, a Bengali carpenter named Ijarul, who had left Kerala due to the outbreak of deadly novel-coronavirus, has become a millionaire after winning a lottery ticket, reports India Today.
Ijarul, who hails from Mirzapur town in Beldanga, West Bengal, was compelled to leave Kerala, where he worked as a carpenter. At first, he was worried about putting food in the plates for the family.
However, the anticipated hard times now has changed for Ijarul.
As per reports, Ijarul was the star of his area, with people visiting his unplastered two-room house, where he stays with his wife, three children and his parents. The family seems to be rejoicing the fact that now he would not have to be away from them for work.
Ijarul wants to build a new house and wishes to start a new business with the money.
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