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Carpenter who left Kerala due to coronavirus turns millionaire in West Bengal

Coronavirus has caused panic all over the world. In India, the lockdown began on Monday in many states including Bengal after the 'Janata curfew' on Sunday.

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Murshidabad: A carpenter from Bengal turns millionaire as he had to stop his work in Kerala and he returned to his village in Murshidabad but the good thing is that a lottery changed his fortunes. A lottery has made him a millionaire. Izarul of Murshidabad district of Bengal used to work as a carpenter in Kerala. There he used to get thousands to 1500 rupees from daily wage tax.

One such carpenter from Bengal had to stop his work in Kerala and return to the village, but the good thing is that a lottery changed his fortunes.

A lottery has made him a millionaire.

Izarul of Murshidabad district of Bengal used to work as a carpenter in Kerala. There he used to get thousands to 1500 rupees from daily wage tax.

Fearing Corona, he returned to the village. Till a week ago, there was concern about employment in the village. Izarul is survived by his wife, mother, and father besides three children. Izarul came to know a day before that his lottery had taken place and he had become a millionaire.

In fact, he bought a lottery ticket in the midst of chaos over Corona. He did not remember that he had bought a lottery ticket. Later he finds out, now he is very happy. This is called a game of luck. On the one hand, people are terrorized by a coronavirus. There are problems with the employment of millions of people. At the same time, it became a boon for this carpenter.

Coronavirus has caused panic all over the world. In India, the lockdown began on Monday in many states including Bengal after the ‘Janata curfew’ on Sunday. Along with the number of infected people, the death toll is also increasing continuously. The Indian government is trying its best to curb this. Due to Coronavirus, people all over the country have to stop their work and return to villages. This has led to the loss of employment and suffering for people.

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