New Delhi: What could be much delightful when Prime Minister Narendra Modi directly intervenes in one’s problem. PM Modi’s office helped Swapnali Sutar, a resident of Dariste village in Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra to ensure that she does not miss her online classes due to Internet connectivity.
A few days ago, an image of the girl sitting inside a makeshift shed on top of a hill with her books had gone viral to get internet access so that she does not miss her online class.
It was her brothers who set up a makeshift shed on top of a hill, as the classes are being held online due to coronavirus lockdown.
As reported by All India Radio, when PMO got to know of Sutar’s ordeal, officials of the Ministry of Electronics and IT and Bharat Net reached her village and laid down required cables from gram panchayat directly to her home.