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Pannu, an eighteen-year-old illiterate girl, had lost her parents when she was six. She used to work at a small factory in Delhi. Labourers worked there as if they were not human beings but mules and donkeys.
Pannu’s grandma wanted her to work there. But it was Pushpa, her mother’s friend, who had spent ten thousand rupees on her for the course in Spa and Beauty Care so that Pannu could earn her livelihood without working like a mule at the factory.