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Gadag: Woman mortgages mangalsutra to buy TV for kids’ education


Team Udayavani, Aug 1, 2020, 9:23 AM IST

Gadag: In order to buy a television set for her children following the Karnataka government’s decision to continue the classes through TV, a woman from the district mortgaged her mangalsutra.

The woman in question is Kasturi, a resident of Radder Naganur village and a mother of two.

Reportedly she mortgaged her ‘mangalsutra’ for Rs 20,000 and bought a TV for Rs 14,000. She bought the TV after her children’s school teachers asked them to attend classes via the television set.

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