Father starts paying school fees of 45 poor girls in memory of his late daughter

Spending a grant money for a good cause is deemed to have a beneficial effect without the shadow of any doubt. As long as there are good people breathing down their necks to do good, to be good and to see good, a sense of divine culture continues to shine.

A school clerk from MPHS Govt High School set an example for citizens of India as he came forward to pay the school fees of 45 girl students in Karnataka’s Kalaburagi in the memory of his late daughter. The clerk, identified as Basavaraj emphasised that he has started paying fees of girls who come from economically backward sections of the society.

Credits: Outlook India

Talking to ANI, Basavaraj said,”From this year I have started paying the fees of poor girls who study in this school.” Basavaraj lost his daughter last year owing to a health problem.

One of the students of the MPHS Govt High School said that they can’t afford to pay the fees. According to her, Basavaraj is well aware of other family problems as well and that’s why he came forward to pay the school fees for a noble cause.

“We belong to poor families and the fees which we can’t pay is paid by our Basavaraj sir in memory of his late daughter. We wish his daughter rests in peace,” said Fathima added.

Today, Basavaraj turned the chapters of many students who will be happily studying and writing exams for his generosity. Basavaraj is a great person. May the almighty give him enough strength.

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.