Pictures of martyr’s wife getting 10 lakh house goes viral, what is the truth?
Newsroompost investigated this viral video and pictures, and we found out that on Independence Day, the youths of Betma, Indore actually gifted a Pucca house to the family of a martyr. The youth of the neighborhood re-build that house and paying them respect by this move.
News that went viral
Two photos have gone viral, first photo is of a hut and the other one is of a Well built pucca house. The message says that this is a picture of a place in indore where local people have built a house of worth Rs 10-11 lakh for the family of a martyr. A video related to this post have also gone viral, in which a woman is seen walking on the palms of many people. Message which is being circulated with this video says that ‘The woman is the wife of a martyr and the people of Indore have gifted her this Pucca house on the occasion of Rakshabandhan.
Impact of this viral post
This picture and video have gone viral on all the social media platforms like Facebook and WhatsApp, and social media users are still sharing this post. Social media users praised and loved this move of the Indore people.
What is the real fact?
Newsroompost investigated this viral video and pictures, and we found out that on Independence Day, the youths of Betma, Indore actually gifted a Pucca house to the family of a martyr. The youth of the neighborhood re-build that house and paying them respect by this move. she was given a grand welcome entry as the youths placed their hands on the ground with respect to help her enter the house for the first time.
In a heartwarming gesture, youth in Betma village presented a new house on the occasion of Independence Day and Rakshabandhan to the wife of soldier Mohan Singh(who lost his life in 1992 in Assam). She had been living in ‘kaccha’ house till now.
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The villagers collected Rs 11 lakh to build a house for Raju Bai who used to live in the old hut after her husband was martyred in 1992.
After seeing her condition, the villagers started a campaign named ‘One Cheque-One Sign’ to collect money to build a house for her,
Campaign convenor Vishal Rathi says that Mohanlal’s family did not get any help from the government. An economic crisis had occurred in front of them. Suner’s wife was finding it difficult to raise her two sons. Mohanlal’s wife Rajubai told that when the husband was martyred, the elder son was 3 years old. She was 4 months pregnant. After the martyrdom of her husband, she worked hard to raise both children and raised the children by living in a hut.
According to Rathi, building the house cost Rs 10 lakh while the remaining Rs 1 lakh has been kept for constructing a statue of Mohan Singh. BSF soldier Mohan Singh had a three-year-old son when he was martyred. His wife, who was pregnant with another child at that time, raised both the children with all means she had.
Fact or Rumour?
According to the viral check, this news has proved to be real.