Success Story: Once she used to raise cow dung in the house, now the daughter of a milkman become a judge - Newztezz Online


Thursday, December 31, 2020

Success Story: Once she used to raise cow dung in the house, now the daughter of a milkman become a judge

In life, hard work and discipline can make the impossible possible. 
This has been proved by a daughter of the milkman of Rajasthan. 26-year-old Sonal Sharma is going to become a judge by passing the examination of Rajasthan Judicial Service. Sonal, who failed the judicial service recruitment examination in 2017 with just three numbers, did not give up. After a year, he again took the exam for the second time but fell behind by number one. Further, there was no miracle in his life.

Doodhwale's daughter selected in Rajasthan Judicial Service

Sharing the struggles of his success story with the BBC, he said, "I have heard fathers scolding people. We have seen street-taking garbage, we have been humiliated everywhere for the good education of siblings. School I was ashamed to say that our father sells milk, but today I am proud that I am the daughter of this family. " Sonal of Udaipur, after crossing all the obstacles in the way, trained for one year by passing LLB and LLM exam with good numbers. He is going to be posted as a first class magistrate in the sessions court of Rajasthan.

The results of the examination were announced in December of 2019, but due to a low number in the general category, Sonal's name went into the waiting list. Missing just one point was enough to break anyone's spirits. But his luck was supported when some selected candidates did not join the judicial service. In this way the path of his selection was cleared from the waiting list. The government ordered that recruitment from the waiting list should be completed.

Crossed the obstacles in the way of the floor

Before the class started, Sonal cycled to her college and studied in the library. Not only this, he helped in studies by making tables from empty oil cans. He told the BBC, "Most of the time, my slippers were mixed with cow dung. Like all the children in the fourth class, I also loved to hang out with my father. I started going with him to deliver milk. He used to be scolded for anything, insulted him, but his answer was always in a smile.

One day after returning home after giving milk to my father, I told my mother, "I will not go with my father anymore because I feel ashamed." Shame was because for us Papa used to hear bad things without any fault. But today, his penance was completed. It was encouraging to see my father smiling and fighting against difficulties. "

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