There are people who relinquish the control over their life on experiencing minor setbacks. On the other hand, there are some tenacious souls who succeed in chartering the course of their own destiny by sheer hard work and determination. Khushboo from Bastar has exhibited extreme determination. Despite being differently-abled, she has been appointed as a computer operator at the forest department in Bastar in Chhattisgarh.

“I manage to do both office work as well as household chores. I have joined in this office as temporary worker. And hope my job becomes permanent. I want to change the financial condition of my house,” Khushboo said while speaking to ANI.

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Khushboo doesn’t have arms, but her limitation hasn’t thwarted her from managing her job diligently. Besides writing, she can easily operate a computer.

The gutsy girl supports her family of aged mother and two siblings. Her family wants her to get a permanent job in order to navigate through her life smoothly.

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“I wish her job become permanent and that she is able to manage her life well even after my death,” her mother, Dhanmati, said.

She has dumbfounded her co-workers by her indomitable spirit towards work and life.

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“She is a computer expert and she manages to handle it really well. We really wish her job becomes permanent”, Khushboo’s co-worker said.

Girls like Khushboo prove that if you really put in your soul and dollops of sweat, you can achieve your dream and goals. We hope a lot of people take a leaf out of her book and show the same passion and commitment towards life.

More power to her! 

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credits: Deccan Chronicle

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