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Sholapur Muslims set a good example, come forward to pay the BDS fee of Sayeli Naresh

Sayeli Naresh Gurram a city resident belongs to Padmashali Samaj. On the basis NEET exam result she qualified for admission in BDS (Bachelor of Dental surgery). But her family’s poor financial background was not allowing her to get admitted in the said course and fulfill her dream to be a doctor.

Promoting the Beti Bachao Beti Padhao campaign By donating 55,000 to a Hindu girl for educational purposes, Muslims from Solapur city set an inspiring example before the entire country.

The girl Sayeli Naresh Gurram  a city resident  belongs to Padmashali Samaj. On the basis NEET exam result she  qualified for admission in BDS (Bachelor of Dental surgery). But the poor financial history of her family didn’t allow her to get admitted to that course and fulfill her dream of becoming a doctor.

Her father died when Sayeli Naresh was at standard V. All the responsibility fell on her mother’s shoulders after the death of the head of the family. She raises three kids by making Beedi with hard work and dedication.

Sholapur Muslims set a good example, come forward to pay the BDS fee of Sayeli NareshThe academic performance of Salyeli has always been excellent . She performed well in the SSC examination and also earned 85 percent marks without any tuition or coaching in XII science. She began planning for the NEET exam and received 319 marks and qualified for BDS (Bachelor of Dental Surgery) at a college based in Pune to fulfill her desire to become a doctor. Her mother sold all of her jewels to pay her admission fee, but she only received Rs 10,000. That amount was not enough to pay her fee for admission.

The story of Sayeli Naresh was reported in the local newspaper, according to social activist Ravindra Mokashi. ‘We took a serious note and asked young Muslim social worker Hasib Nadaf for Salyeli’s financial help,’ said Ravindra.

‘He swung into action as soon as I explained the whole story of the girl before Hasib and began to call some of his Muslim friends. In a very short time, he managed to raise 55,000. I have to thank those Muslim brothers for coming up for the support of this girl without considering her cast and creed, he added, it will help spread brother hood among us.

Brotherhood are the main components of our religion Islam, according to the humanity of Hasib Nadaf, but sadly a number of misconceptions and misconceptions regarding Muslims have been spread.

‘After knowing the case of Sayeli Naresh from my friend Ravindra Mokashi, I contacted some Muslim like minded activist and Jamiyat-E- Ulema Hind District president Moulana Ibrahim.  Maulana offered all the  possible help, said  Hasib .

‘In just two days, Rs. 55,000 collected from Haji Naseer Ahmad Khalifa, Haji Abdul Matin Baghban, Abdul Sattar Darzi, Haji Moinuddin Sheikh, Shafi Inamdar, Nadaf CA, Shaukat Pathan, Tawheed Jewelers, Haji Mushtaq Inamdar, Majid Gadwal and others, he added.

‘We as  followers of Prophet Mohammad (PBUP) just did it for our sister to fulfill her dream without considering cast and creed, added Hasib.

Sayeli Naresh was overcome by talking to Muslim Mirror, saying ‘thanks a million to those who helped me pursue my education and fulfill my dream.

‘We were struggling to handle entrance fees really hard, and now my child hood dream is coming true. My top priority will be helping the vulnerable and disadvantaged. Sayeli Naresh added that I came from the same background after becoming a doctor.

We work for humanity not just for Muslims, our brother and sisters are other religion citizens, timely support is always very necessary, we thank Allah for giving this opportunity to help a daughter stand on her own feet, donor Haji Matin Bagban’s Saud One.

The Muslim community thanked the former MLA, Narsayya Adam Master, Ashok Indapure, former Mayor Janardhan Krampuri and others for this humanitarian act.

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