Billionaire Bill Gates's daughter lives in this village of Bihar, unable to go to school due to poverty - Newztezz Online


Friday, February 26, 2021

Billionaire Bill Gates's daughter lives in this village of Bihar, unable to go to school due to poverty

A daughter of Microsoft founder Billionaire Bill Gates lives in Jamsaut Musahari village in Danapur, adjacent to Bihar's capital Patna. 
In fact, 11-year-old Rani Kumari was loved by the Bill Gates couple, who came to the village a decade ago and said to be 'like a daughter'. Then the queen was 1 year old. The queen laughingly tells us that we want to study, but cannot read, is helpless. At the same time, most people of the village are illiterate.

Rani does not know anything further and just smiles when asked and cannot speak anything. There is a government primary school and an Anganwadi center for the new generation. Village people say that on 23 March 2011 Bill Gates came to our village with his wife and considered Rani Kumari as daughter. Loved him by sitting on his lap. There was also talk of village development. But after leaving from here neither Bill Gates came till today. Neither did the people of his organization come here. Today, the queen and her family are struggling with financial crisis.

Rani was adopted

Rani is not able to go to school, but the Milinda Gates Foundation did not take any corrective action again. Rani Kumari, a resident of Jamsaut in Danapur, is about 11 years old. Rani's mother Kunti Devi still remembers the day when her youngest daughter, Rani, was adopted by the Gates couple and described them as her daughter. Kunti Devi says that people from America reached our home and adopted our baby queen. We did not understand what he was saying. After this, he did not come here till today.

In 2010, there was an agreement for health reform between Bill Gates Foundation and the Government of Bihar. Under this agreement, during their arrival in India, Bill Gates couple reached Jamasaut Basti in Danapur and loved Rani Kumari as their daughter.

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