In India, lakhs of talent are born every day, but due to some or the other reason they never come to the forefront and are thus, lost. Three years before i.e. in 2013, similarly, two talents were born. But, just in few days, they lost the limelight. They are none other than Ankur Singh and Nilay Singh. Probably, you may have heard their names and if you remember these two people, then surely you will be able to recognise them. Well, they are the same talents who created JUMPBOOK, the first social networking site of its own kind that connected India to the rest of the world.
These two people did that marvellous work that none in the 1.25 billion population could do till date. They are the same boys who became the apple of the eye of all reputed newspapers and TV channels across the country and became a sensation in no time. After getting their work done, they simply became just another old topic. Sadly, these talents just vanished somewhere.
Newspapers saw their own profit and hence, had made them as their headline. TV channels used their names to get their share of TRP. Neither, they asked them what help they require from the Government to maintain their creation nor did the Government took it seriously.
The two boys had become the talk of the town. But, he wasn’t known by any of the Government officials. Even the press didn’t take the initiative to investigate and share about his family background. These young talents belong to an extremely economically unstable section of the society.
Their father, Dr. Mahesh Singh passed away when these boys were very young, but fortunately, their mother was a learned lady. She stayed in the city, far away from the family and worked hard , just to provide better education to her children.
Ankur and Nilay successfully created JUMPBOOK however; they needed a lot of money which could give life to their creation. After the creation of JUMPBOOK, Ankur and Nilay’s family thought that all their problems had finally come to an end, but it didn’t.
Their lives became more difficult than before because a lot of money was required to setup JUMPBOOK. Both of them tried hard. One day, they decided to spend their savings on the setup and then, did exactly as they had decided. All the money was spent but, it was of no use. For the setup, a huge amount of money was required and eventually, Ankur was in debt. Still, nothing happened.
Seriously, JUMPBOOK is not like any other usual site. Not only does it give jobs to thousands of people, it also assures to take IT sector to greater heights. Today, our honourable Prime Minister speaks about how proud he is of the sons of other countries who worked relentlessly to connect everyone globally.
But, till now, no one ever said anything to these two sons of India about how much we are proud of them that even they created something which could connect everyone around the world.
Ankur and Nilay urged for help from all possible people they knew. But, it all went in vain and unnoticed. No one tried knowing more about them and their work simply because we are Bihari .Only when we showcase our talents abroad by representing India; everyone understands how talented Biharis are.
But, if the same thing is confined to Bihari, people laugh it away. Now, Ankur and Nilay are also one of the laughing stock for people. Also, Ankur talked to the IT Minister in this regard but there was no reaction from the Government. Here, even the Ministers are appointed only if they are closely related to the higher authorities.
That’s why; IT Minister had no idea or knowledge regarding prevailing matter. Ankur, even meet the Chief Minister of Bihar, Mr. Nitish Kumar but he just ignored him.
Today, Ankur is still waiting with the hope that if the Government or anyone else can help his project JUMPBOOK. Not just our country, but even the world will be benefitted. If you would like to join this noble work, then please contribute them.
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