Raj Kishore donated 10 lakh rupees to school in exchange for a Bhoj on mother’s death
Begusarai’s social worker Raj Kishore Singh refused to give birth to his mother’s death. In this way, Raj Kishore Singh refused to accept social traditions, but the villagers appreciated this move because they donated nearly Rs 10 lakhs spent on the festival in the development of their village’s school. Raj Kishore Singh believes that education is an important place in society because educated children are the foundation of the educated country, so I have donated my village to improve the wretched condition of Raghunandan Singh High School.
Raj Kishore Singh says that if I used to spend for Shraddha-karmas of my departed mother, this would be a small matter for the peace of her soul, hence I have donated my Khanshal School of Mohanpur to create a suitable school. So that the future of hundreds of children studying here will improve, which will give peace to my mother’s soul. He also said that Shraddha Karma is a small work from social development and other people also do such corrective work.
The villagers praised Raj Kishor’s move –
Tell us that the villagers of the same village have greatly supported Raj Kishore Singh’s move and said that the people are dependent on the government while the government can not fulfill all things, so we should take some corrective steps on our part. As far as it is a matter of giving donations in exchange for Shraddha-karma, I would like to say that the deceased is a momentary act, in which millions of rupees are wasted without any purpose. If this rupee is invested in good deeds, then the common people will be greatly benefited.