Chaiwala opens School for Poor children, offers free Education, let’s share his story

Mohammad Mahboob Malik
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Educating others is one of the best activities in the world. In a world where education is a necessity, sharing knowledge with others makes our lives meaningful. As per a report, six million students between the ages of 6 and 13 do not go to school in India. By 10th grade, nearly half of all the students backed out of school.

Due to financial constraints, some are forced to drop out of school after some point of time while others beg on the streets and sell accessories to make a living.

However, people like Mohammad Mahboob Malik is giving back to society when it matters the most. When he came to know there are children from economically weaker sections of the society, he decided to do his bit for them so that they don’t suffer any more in their lives.

Mohammad Mahboob Malik is a tea seller and is providing quality education to 40 children from the income he makes from his tea stall. He spends 80% of his income on educating kids. Let’s take a moment to appreciate this man.

Mohammad Mahboob Malik
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Nobody knows about Mohammad Mahboob Malik until former Indian cricketer VVS Laxman shared his story on his Twitter handle. Laxman is quite active on the Twitter platform. He shares his opinion on cricket as well as inspirational stories. Not a long ago, he had shared a picture of the tea seller alongside some eye-catching details about him.

“Mohammad Mahboob Malik, a tea seller from Kanpur takes care of education for 40 children. He has a small tea shop and spends 80% of his income on the education of these children. What an inspiration!” he wrote.

As per the reports from NDTV, the tea seller runs a school for underprivileged children in the Sharda Nagar area of Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh. He opened the school in 2015 and has turned the pages of children by providing free education to children. The school also sponsors their uniforms, books, and stationery.

If sources doing the rounds are to be believed, Malik spent his childhood in extreme poverty and due to which, he could only pursue his studies only till high school. It was when he made up his mind to help others get education free of cost.