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A month ago, a Dubai-based Filipina expat had won Dh10 million. 


In an uncommon occurrence, an Indian man who never visited the UAE, won Dh12 million in the Big Ticket wager draw held at Abu Dhabi International Airport on Thursday evening. 

Mohammed Fayaz J.A., 24, hails from Karnataka state and works in India's money related city of Mumbai as a bookkeeper. At a youthful age, Fayaz, his sibling and two sisters needed to shoulder the loss of both their folks. Fayaz then left for Mumbai to help his family. It's just a half year since he began purchasing tickets alongside his flatmate. 

"Both my folks passed away in view of kidney illnesses. My dad had worked for quite a while in Saudi Arabia. He battled kidney disappointments for over 12 years. We had seen both my folks in torment for long. We kids are as yet recouping from the stun of our folks were no longer with us. I have a more youthful sister. My senior sister is hitched. Likewise, we offered a piece of our territory to construct a house. However, that is pending at this point. 

One year prior, I came to Mumbai to help my family. My sibling, who is the father of two children, is caring for things back in Karnataka," Fayaz said via telephone. 

"It's my flatmate who gave me the plan to purchase Big Ticket. I couldn't purchase for two months as the cutoff time was finished. Be that as it may, this time, I got it in the nick of time - the most recent day of September. I am extremely a fortunate victor." 

Fayaz's versatile number was occupied when Richard from the Big Ticket draw called him multiple times to educate about the success. Also, when the line associated, Fayaz couldn't accept his karma. 

"I checked online to confirm. The previous evening, I had a fantasy that I would win this. I told my companion that something extraordinary is going on soon." 

Indeed, even as Fayaz is ignorant regarding how to manage his cash, he trusts his sibling gets a new line of work as per his capability. "He is an MBA graduate, who is filling in as a driver for a fish market back in Karnataka. Likewise, I need to recover the land we needed to sell. I will hope to complete the development work of our home soon. I will likewise do some philanthropy work. I have never been to the UAE. Presently I will be there one month from now to get the check."

 /  Source: KhaleejTimes

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