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Ragpicker spends Rs 10 lakh to erect his own statue

IndiaTimes Friday, 18 September 2020
A Nallathambi of Atthanurpatty village in Salem district of Tamil Nadu, who earns a living by picking discarded bottles on the streets, spent his entire life’s saving of Rs 10 lakh to buy a piece of land to erect his own statue.
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