NRI plans to set up Industrial Training Institute for farmers' children
"The institute will come up in Ghuikhed later this year. I hope all technical formalities are completed in time and proper help from administration is made available," Krishna Kumar said.
Taori disclosed this while distributing cash, blanket and saris to 200 needy widows who had lost their husband due to agrarian crisis, in a function held at Agrasen Bhavan, Pandharkawda.
Taori is the CEO of an Oman-based construction company. His father Dr Bradriprasadji is a cotton farmer from Ghuikhed village. He completed BE from Government Engineering College, Amravati, and obtained a master's degree in public health engineering from Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur.
Job opportunity took him to Oman but he always kept himself updated about the farming issues in Vidarbha. He was deeply moved by the plight of Vidarbha farmers. He helped some farmer families by paying for the education of their children. He had also extended financial assistance for the marriage of the daughters of the widows. For last five years he is working for Eklavya Vidyalaya of Vanvasi Kalyanasharam for a project aimed at giving free education to tribal kids in Melghat.