Chandravati Saru, daughter of eight-time MP of Jharkhand Kariya Mandu (BJP), sells mangoes and donates that money for poor while father lives in mud hut and does not take any security for himself.
Meet Chandravati Saru, who is a teacher by profession and can be seen selling mangoes on the streets of Khunti, a town located 40 km south of Jharkhand capital Ranchi.
For many modern political leaders, Kariya Munda’s lifestyle is an example of simplicity and minimalism. Munda, 77, lives in a mud hut at Anigara, a tribal village in Khunti. Ploughing the field, clearing weeds and shrubs form Munda’s daily routine when he is not attending Parliament.
Despite living in a district which is considered a Naxalite hotbed there are no security guards at Munda’s village home.