RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav is earning plaudits for his extraordinary act of kindness after his timely help helped a student from Bihar avoid cancellation of his college admission.
Student Mohd Faiz Uddin had approached Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi for immediate help since his application for an education loan was pending for more than six months. The delay, according to the student, had posed questions on his future since his admission in Delhi’s Jamia Hamdard was likely to be cancelled if he did not clear his fees by 13 November.
Dear Mr CM.@NitishKumar @SushilModi I applied Student credit card more than 6 months now and my loan amount has been not released I have got final notice from college if I not pay full fee 13/11/2019 my admission is canceled. My future in your hand sir @NitishKumar @News18Bihar pic.twitter.com/WZTo4Eir8Y
— Md Faiz uddin (@MdFaiz105) November 11, 2019
The student did not receive any response from either the chief minister or his deputy. Although, Journalist Prashant Kumar tagged RJD leader Tejashwi asking if he could help save the future of the student.
— Prashant Kumar (@scribe_prashant) November 12, 2019
Not only did Tejashwi intervene but also ensured that Rs 1 lakh was immediately credited to the student’s account. the RJD leader later tweeted, “Dear @MdFaiz105, Kindly update if the same has been credited in account or not. I’m told it was done yesterday.”
— Tejashwi Yadav (@yadavtejashwi) November 16, 2019
The student later thanked Tejashwi for his timely help and saving his future.
Dear @yadavtejashwi ji,my heartly thanx to you and @RJDforIndia to save my future.
I am highly obliged to you for this.
A leader as you is such a fortunate for all Biharis and especially for youth like us. Special thanks for @manojkjhadu @scribe_prashant @sanjuydv @SakshamYdv 🙏 pic.twitter.com/MtbPXLoy8g
— Md Faiz uddin (@MdFaiz105) November 16, 2019
Tejashwi’s small act of kindness has become a huge talking point on Twitter with many hailing him as a guardian angel of a desperate student. Social media users have also slammed the state government for ignoring the desperate plea of a student, who wanted to take advantage of a key scheme launched by the Chief Minister Nitish Kumar-led government.