Kuwait-based Indian mechanical engineer wins AED 20 million award
AED 20 million News: Pramanand Dalip, an expatriate Indian living...
AED 20 million News: Pramanand Dalip, an expatriate Indian living in Kuwait, has won a lottery of 20 million AED (about 45 crore Indian rupees). 48-year-old Dalip, a mechanical engineer, won the lottery on the 102nd Mahjuz Super Saturday. He is the 30th winner of the Mahjuz lottery to become a crorepati.
Daleep, a 48-year-old father of three from Himachal, regularly participated in Mahzooz draws with the sole intention of winning the guaranteed raffle draw of AED 100,000. Even he did not dream that he would take AED 20 million (about 45 crore Indian rupees) instead.
Parmanand Duleep said "On that memorable night, when I received an email from Mahzoo, my hair stood on end. While getting ready to sleep, I received an email from Mahzooz, but I assumed that I had won either the third prize of AED 350 or the raffle draw prize of AED 100,000. With the help of this money, my family and I can fulfill all our aspirations. will be able to fulfill"
Even if I had worked for a hundred years, I would not have saved so much
Daleep wants to travel around the world
His first and immediate indulgence would be to buy the latest iPhone apart from traveling around the world with his family. He also intends to invest and settle down with his family in the UAE as he believes that his life changed for the better when he partook with a homegrown UAE brand.
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Farid Samji, CEO of Ewings, Managing Director of Mahjooj, said, "The fortunes we saw in the 102nd Super Saturday draw epitomize Mahjooj’s ethos: to change people’s lives overnight, forever." They said, "This was part of our latest promotion, which gave participants the chance to win AED 20 million instead of the usual AED 10 million, and I’m very glad the promotion didn’t end before the top prize was claimed."