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14-YO achiever donates scholarship money to release 14 prisoners on I-day


Bhopal: In a what could be a great example to the society, a 14-year-old boy is just going to change the life of 14 prisoners this Independence Day.

Ayush Kishore has donated his scholarship money to help prisoners who have completed their jail term but are unable to pay their fines.

Class 10 student was facilitated by then President Pranab Mukherjee in 2016 for exceptional achievement in academics.

In a selfless move, Kishore decided to donate Rs 27,850 he received as a scholarship grant towards the fines of 14 prisoners giving them new Independence.

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Reportedly, 12 of these prisoners will be released from jails across Madhya Pradesh on Independence Day. All of them are murder convicts who have completed their prison terms but do not have the money to pay their fines.

This is not the first time Ayush did something like this, as on Republic Day also he had secured the release of four other prisoners who were suffering from similar circumstances.

He has been a recipient of several gold medals that he won at national and international competitions, Ayush is also the winner of the National Child Award in 2016.

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