VVS Laxman Calls A Tea Seller His 'inspiration', Shares On Twitter

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Former cricketer VVS Laxman on Wednesday shared a post on Twitter about tea seller who runs a school for underprivileged and called him as his 'inspiration'.

Written By Manjiri Chitre | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Former cricketer VVS Laxman on Wednesday, November 6, shared a post on Twitter about tea seller and called him as his 'inspiration'. In his post, he spoke about a tea seller from Kanpur who is identified as Mohammad Mahboob Malik. According to the former cricketer, Malik takes care of the education of 40 children from the income he generates running a small tea stall. Out of his total income, he spends 80 per cent of it on the children. VVS Laxman's post has gone viral and received over 23,000 likes. Looking at Laxman's post, Netizens have praised the tea seller on Twitter as well.

About the tea seller

According to news reports, Malik has been running a school for underprivileged children in the Sharda Nagar area in Kanpur. The school had opened in 2015, stated further reports. Along with it, the school provides free education to about 40 children and also sponsors their uniforms, stationery, books and other necessary school items.

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