2 girls turned barbers to become the breadwinners of their house, the story is heart-melting

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The story that will leave you emotional and strengthen you to do every possible thing is of two sisters who break the stereotypes related to females.

Two girls named Jyoti and Neha who went on taking the ownership of their father’s barbershop four years ago for men in Kushinagar. Earlier, the shop was owned by their father Dhruv Narayan but due to his adverse health issue, the girls took the step of taking charge over the shop. In the year 2014, the sisters were merely 13 and 11 years old, when their father suffered severe¬†paralysis stroke and the two young girls were having no alternatives other than taking over the charge of their shop.


It was not that easy for the girls to run the shop, they faced many issues including the existence of being girls, so the girls used to dress up like boys and attend their customers who used to come to their shop. Working 10 hours a day, the girl gave all their childhood life to the shop, as time passed, the two finally managed to earn more customers with a daily earning of Rs 400 to Rs 500 per day.

Finally, the two came into the sight of the district administrator who decided to provide them with some financial help. On Sunday, the sub-divisional magistrate (SDM) of Kushinagar Abhishek Pandey along with the local MLA Mani Tripathi met the girls and gave Rs 16,00 and Rs 1000 as financial assistance.


Apart from that, the SDM has recommended to the state government to provide some more financial strength to the girls to set up a beauty parlor. The SDM said, “It is more for the sake of encouraging the girls than anything else.”


Seeing the girls struggling, nobody ever cared about their life, neither the local people and nor the society dignitaries. But after this incident, the two came into limelight and now not just the local people, the entire nation is there to stand out for the girls.

Stay tuned with us.

Published by Shifa Naz on 10 Jan 2019

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