Graduate Girl Opens Tea Stall In Bihar, Asks ‘Why Can’t There Be Chaiwaalis’
The global pandemic has brought many to the edge of financial stability. Where some lost their job and had to survive with their savings, some created opportunity for themselves and became independent. In the light of it, a girl from Bihar has opened a tea stall after failing to get a job.
According to the news agency ANI, Priyanka Gupta, a graduate in Economics, opened a tea stall near Patna Women’s college, after she was unable to secure a job. She earned her degree back in 2019.
Priyanka not only has a unique banner for the stall, but her entity also has options of chocolate chai, paan chai and cookies as well.
Bihar: Priyanka Gupta, an economics graduate sets up a tea stall near Women’s College in Patna
I did my UG in 2019 but was unable to get a job in the last 2 yrs. I took inspiration from Prafull Billore. There are many chaiwallas, why can’t there be a chaiwali?, she says pic.twitter.com/8jfgwX4vSK
— ANI (@ANI) April 19, 2022
Priyanka further told ANI that she was inspired by Prafull Billore, an MBA graduate Chaiwala whose ispiring story has become an internet sensation. “There are many chaiwallas, why can’t there be a chaiwali,” she added to her statement.
Netizens praised Priyanka decision and wished her luck with new business. Some users, however, took to the comments section to point out the issue of unemployment in the country.
Prafull also commented on the post and asked netizens to help him connect with Priyanka.
Please help me to connect with her. 🙏🏻🙏🏻
— Prafull MBA CHAI WALA (@Prafull_mbachai) April 19, 2022
Take a look at how people reacted:
Appreciate the effort but what’s with the weird tagline!
— The Pen Wielder (@saysvermaji) April 19, 2022
Such sad state for youths who donot have employment.
— amitsharma (@a4amitsharma) April 19, 2022
Now she will give jobs and business to others in coming time.
— देवेन्द्र नौड़ियाल (@dp94123) April 19, 2022
No future for UC students
— a hindu (@ahindu_) April 19, 2022
What a shame, true face of joblessness. Nothing to be proud of.
— Nehr_who? (@Nher_who) April 19, 2022