“Power Of Social Media”- National Level Shooter Selling Noodles By Roadside Gets Job Offer

The Logical Indian

December 9th, 2015

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A few days back we had posted about the plight of former National Shooter Pushpa Gupta, who has to sell noodles for her survival. After her news got widely shared on social media, Gujarat State Fertilizer Corporation (GSFC) has offered her a job in their corporation after completion of her studies.

GSFC has also promised to support her shooting career.

Earlier we have posted this article:

 

“She has to hangs her hard-won medals on the cart in order to attract the attention of customers.”

Posted by The Logical Indian on Sunday, December 6, 2015

 

 

 

 

The Logical Indian community applauds the reporter who reported about Pushpa Gupta’s condition and also GSFC for coming forward to help her.

We too would like to thank everyone who helped in spreading the story.

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