He changed the life of these beggars by opening bank accounts for them and transforming their lives to better future

He changed the life of these beggars by opening bank accounts for them and transforming their lives to better future

September 22, 2014

There is a vast disparity between the rich and the poor in India, a country with a billion plus populace. One man, J S Parthiban, a manager at the South Indian bank tried to bridge that gap. He encouraged and aided beggars from across New Delhi to open bank accounts, save what they earned and make a better life for themselves. Hailing from Tamil Nadu, he got back to his roots and spearheaded micro-loans to villagers. Here’s how one man changed the destinies of the lives he touched.