Success Story of Poonam: There was a time when the responsibility of women was confined to the courtyard of the house. Gradually the curtain started to remove from the male-dominated thinking, then women started stepping in with men in every field. Many times, women showed their skills by beating men. Women showed that today’s women are not behind men in any field. Whether it is IAS, PCS exam or handling responsible posts in the army. Today’s woman is also sitting on the highest post of the country. Poonam, 35, who lives in Patel Nagar, Ghaziabad, is also breaking that myth of malevolent thinking.
Kovid snatched her husband’s job
Poonam lives in Patel Nagar, Ghaziabad. Poonam’s husband Rajesh was a motor mechanic in a private company. In 2020, Kovid (Covid-19) knocked in the country and in March 2020 the Prime Minister Narendra Modi first announced the lockdown. Rajesh lost his job as soon as the lockdown started. Rajesh’s family started facing financial crisis. Thought of opening a bike mechanic shop after thinking at home. Then Rajesh had a paralysis attack. Poonam went to Prayagraj with her husband Rajesh. There was a lot of treatment. Whatever the savings of the house were, it was spent in the treatment of Rajesh. The family started getting obsessed with every single penny. Both the daughters came to the point of leaving school. But Poonam was coping with all these situations.
Poonam became the master of repairing every parts of the bike
Poonam was in trouble. Rajesh’s right hand stopped working due to paralysis attack. Everything was about to go to waste. To deal with the adverse situations Poonam himself took the lead. Poonam, taking advice from her husband, opened a small bike repair shop in Patel Nagar itself. Skill was in Rajesh’s mind and Poonam became his hand. Poonam slowly started learning the work of a bike mechanic. Where trouble arose, she would ask Rajesh. Rajesh goes to the shop with Poonam. Poonam is handling the work from checking the bike fault to repairing the engine. Income has increased so the circumstances of the house have also changed now.
Sending the children to school
Poonam told that in the beginning there was a problem in handling the shop and the house. Get up early to get both the kids ready for school, then early to get ready for the shop. But now there is no problem. Now I send both the daughters to school by tying tiffins on time and preparing them. I prepare breakfast, food for Rajesh and myself too. After that both husband and wife leave for the shop. Later both the children also leave school and come to the shop.
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