Ambad resident Shriya Harale, who used to continually pester her father to spend extra time at dwelling along with her, on Friday wrote a letter in Marathi, detailing her want to spend high quality time with him
A six-year-old woman in Jalna has written to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray demanding a pay elevate for her bus conductor father because the time beyond regulation he does to increase his wage was depriving her of his presence at dwelling.
Ambad resident Shriya Harale, who used to continually pester her father to spend extra time at dwelling along with her, on Friday wrote a letter in Marathi, detailing her want to spend high quality time with him.
“I request you to increase my father’s salary so that he does not have to work overtime and can spend time with me at home, and take me to school daily,” she wrote in Marathi to Thackeray.
“She handed the letter to me and walked alongside as I sent it by ordinary post to the CM on Thursday. She would always ask me why I spent so little time at home and more at work. I used to explain to her that I have a meagre salary and need to work overtime to earn more,” her father Sachin Harale, employed at Ambad depot of Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation, informed PTI.
The little one stated a routine day noticed her father go away for work within the morning earlier than she bought up, and are available again late at night time by which era she had gone to sleep.
“My father tells me he has to work overtime to make ends meet. I want my father to spend more time at home with me so that he can help me study, and also play with me,” Shriya, college students of Class I in Matysodari Vidyalay right here, stated.
The kid’s father stated he had not heard from anybody thus far within the authorities and was undecided if the letter had reached the CM.
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