All of our plans to improve our financial status in 2020 tumbled in front of our eyes due to this Lockdown implemented by our government as we are having a deadly virus which killed more than 7.4 lakh people across the world at our doorstep. Many people are looking for alternative ways to stay afloat in this Global pandemic. We are even witnessing people who are switching careers altogether to survive.
Not many days ago, we came across a news on a young woman who was working as a software engineer who lost her job due to her company’s poor situation, started selling vegetables to face the financial crisis of her family during this global pandemic. Now, a Madurai based auto driver who lost his job due this lockdown implementation, changed his auto into a Vada shop and inspired many people of the locality.
The country India is facing lockdown since March and many people are suffering financially. As people are hesitating to travel in auto, cabs due to the fear created by COVID 19, Balakrishnan who was driving auto for past 15 years, found it difficult to meet the ends. He who couldn’t get enough customers to make a survival amidst this global pandemic, struggled a lot as people refused to travel in auto.
The man who belongs to Kochadai of Madurai, unlike others who are blaming the government and demanding to lift the lockdown immediately, found a new occupation for himself. At the time we are witnessing people whining at the government for their loss of income, Bala changed his auto into a mini shop to sell vada to earn money. For this alternate thinking, he is being lauded by the people of Internet and media portals.
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Source : Puthiya Thalaimurai
With limited vessels and a glass box, Bala is selling 4 Vada for 10 rupees which inspired the people of his locality. Few days ago, A 26 year old woman named as Unannadi Sharada who was working in Hyderabad in a MNC company as a software engineer lost her job due to the global pandemic caused by COVID 19. She immediately decided to switch her career and sold vegetables to make ends meet.
Sharada lost her job three months after joining in the MNC company due to the pandemic. The company she was working couldn’t accommodate her in a project to pay her the salary. The youth who lost her job, said that she is not ashamed of selling vegetables. “It was a question of survival, I have been able to pay our house rent, meet all our daily needs and we are able to live an honourable life with our hard work” she said. Read : Engineering Graduate Sold Vegetables Due To Lockdown Crisis !! Actor Supports
Let us learn from these warriors who are giving their everything to lead a honest life !!