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Jaiswal: “Blessed Wages!”- Slum Dweller in Mumbai; A house bought for Rs.5 crores

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Jaiswal: “Blessed Wages!”- Slum Dweller in Mumbai;  A house bought for Rs.5 crores

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Young cricketer Yashashwi Jaiswal has bought a 1100 sq ft apartment in the prime area of ​​Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai. This house has been bought for Rs.5.38 crores. Rs.48 thousand per square foot.

Adani is building the house bought by Jaiswal. The building was initially constructed by another construction company. But as the company is in financial crisis, it is being bought by Adani. Hailing from Uttar Pradesh, Jaiswal moved to Mumbai with his parents at an early age. He lived in a cottage near the famous Azad Maidan in Mumbai.

Famous cricketers used to come to take practice at Azad Maidan. Growing up watching them play cricket, Jaiswal lived his dream of becoming a cricketer himself. At some point, Jaiswal’s parents decided to go back to their hometown. But instead of going to his hometown with them, Azad stayed in the hut at the stadium and strived to fulfill his cricketing dream. He has become a great cricketer today because of his efforts.

A coach who saw him playing at the Azad Stadium gave Jaiswal a chance to play. With that, he has achieved success by playing in the World Cup for the Indian team in the Under-19 category. After that, he joined the Rajasthan Royals team in IPL and is playing well. Jaiswal, who is just 22 years old, has now made it to the Indian team. He scored a double century in the Test match against England at Rajkot. Jaiswal is an example of how talent can overcome impoverished environments.

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