Ramu gave up his dream to feed the poor, runs Rice ATM at a cost of Rs 50 lakh


Bengali Hunt Desk: Corona virus infection has changed a lot in the whole world. Many people have lost their jobs due to this virus. And because of this most people are suffering from a massive food crisis. However, in the face of this crisis, some people have become angels for the poor. One of them is Ramu Dosapati, a resident of Hyderabad. He runs Rice ATM for the poor. These ATMs provide all the essentials to the poor and helpless.

According to media reports, Ramu Dosap's Rice ATM runs 24 hours a day. The poor and helpless get all the emergency items through this ATM. If a poor and helpless person has nothing to eat, they can go to Ramu's house and bring food. Ramu has been working to deliver food to the people since the lockdown. He has been doing this for a long time since that lockdown.

Ramu said that so far he has spent Rs 50 lakh from his own pocket and he has no desire to get that money back. Ramu has completed graduation and is an HR manager in a software firm. Ramu got the inspiration to do this from a security guard. Seeing that security guard helping people, Ramu started doing this.

Ramu first started this work with one and a half lakh rupees. When people found out about Ramu's rice item, they came to him and started gathering. And his money ran out in a few days. “After all my money and rations are gone, I go to the store and ask for more food items,” Ramu said. I also told him not to worry, I would withdraw all the money from my provident fund.

Ramu currently lives in a 1 BHK flat with his wife and two sons. She wanted to buy a 3 bhk flat for her children. Because his two sons wanted separate rooms. Ramu said, “I sold my village land for Rs 36.5 lakh and bought a 3 BHK flat.”