“I was young and ambitious. I wanted to become a teacher but I didn’t have what was needed to become one. I needed luck”, says Mojilal. Mojilal was born into a poor family in Jungaliya, a small tribal hamlet in Madhya Pradesh, India. With no opportunities to study, he gave it all up to earn for his family. He was elected as the Sarpanch of his village in 2004. Mojilal lived oblivious of anything that happened around him and time passed quickly until something happened in the year 2007 which put him on a path to an undreamt-of future.
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