Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s commitment of ‘Swach’ (clean) India have reached the mind of the two students. So they didn’t stay behind to clean up society. The two minority students had received about Rs. 8,000 as a scholarship from the school. By receiving cash at this early age, the tenth grader Aamir Khan and his older sister Memuna Khan could do a lot of things. See movies, go to the best restaurant to eat, buy clothes, they did neither. Rather, what they did, maybe couldn’t do by high-paid workers.
The two students of Narsimpur Maharani Uchha Balika Vidyalaya, Madhya Pradesh gifted a toilet room to their school. They gave more Rs. 2,000 which they saved from their everyday cost to school. Memuna said, “There was only one toilet in our school. It was too bad to see the students standing in long lines outside toilets. So we decided to make a toilet for the school. We gave about Rs. 10,000 to school. Father also gave Rs. 14,000 to be happy with our initiative.”
Memuna’s social worker attitudes were also identified in the past. Earlier, she wrote a letter applying to built paving in front of their school to the chief minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj Singh Chauhan.