Indo- Tibetian border jawan Vikas Thakur donates Rs 57000 to construct toilets in Bandhana village in Himachal pradesh and he was inspired by Indian PM Modi

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This is sensational news. Vikas Thakur is now hogging the headlines for the reason of contributing an amount of Rs 57000 to build toilets in a village in Himachal Pradesh. This Vikas Thakur is an Indo-Tibetian border soldier and he belongs to the state of Himachal Pradesh.

It is now said that he was inspired by none other than Indian PM Mr Narendra Modi in this aspect of buildings toilets. The superb point to be noted is this soldier has donated his two month salary for this purpose of building toilets in Bandhana village in HP and is really superb.

It is now brought out that at a meeting village Sarpanch ordered the villagers to build toilets and the villagers didn’t know how to build toilets because they did not have enough money with them. So he decided to donate his two month salary for the sake of villagers and their health.

His rs 57000 would be given to each family in the Bandhana village and toilets would be constructed. It is superb that he chose 2nd of October in 2016 as the day to make his contribution of that amount as it was Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday. It is sensational that his donation was noticed by pm of India and Mr Modi mentioned Vikas Thakur in ‘’Mann Ki Baat’’ 25th edition.

It is now confirmed that the state of Sikkim was open defecation free then HP and Kerala. The great piece of information is Vikas Thakurs contribution is now responsible for contributions from others also and it is superb.

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