‘Rotiwali Amma’ in Agra awaits related help like Delhi’s ‘Baba ka Dhaba’


Agra | ByAsian Information Worldwide | Posted by Shankhyaneel Sarkar

Not each roadside stall can flip into wanted “Baba ka Dhabha”, and never each octogenarian can garner help after a video of her empty eatery goes viral.

In stark distinction to the now-famous “Baba ka Dhabha” in Delhi, a roadside stall of “Rotiwali Amma” in Agra remains to be awaiting prospects.

Additionally an 80-year-old, she too serves roti, dal, greens, and rice for Rs 20 a plate. Operating her stall close to St John’s School in Agra for the final 15 years, Bhagwan Devi, a widow, has been catering to principally rickshawallas and labourers.

However, like all different companies, small or massive, her’s too noticed a downfall after the COVID-induced lockdown. Even her standard prospects are scarce because of the coronavirus menace. Furthermore, her’s being a roadside stall, she at all times faces a menace of being faraway from the footpath from the place she runs her eatery.

Amma says her two sons don’t take care of her and that’s why she runs this small eatery to earn a livelihood. “No one helps me. Had anyone been there with me, I gained’t have confronted this example. More often than not, I’m requested to go away this place. The place will I am going? My solely hope is that if I get a everlasting store,” she says.

Her video too went viral on social media like “Baba ka Dhabha”, however as luck or public sympathy would have it, her story didn’t turn into a Cinderella story. She remains to be ready for the supporting sneakers to step in.

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