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A superwoman for me. She lives in Sehore in MP and the youth have so much to learn from her. Not just speed, but the spirit and a lesson that no work is small and no age is big enough to learn and work. Pranam !
& mdash; Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag)
June 12, 2018
It so happened that someone uploaded and shared her video while at work on the social media and it went viral on Twitter. From celebs to others, people kept tweeting and retweeting her video.
Cricketer Virendra Sehwag, also shared her video on Twitter saying, “A superwoman for me. She lives in Sehore in Madhya Pradesh and the youth have so much to learn from her. Not just speed, but the spirit and a lesson that no work is small and no age is big enough to learn and work. Pranam !”. Her videos were circulated for more than thousand times on social sites.
Verma worked as a typist in district collectorate since 2008
Verma had been working as a typist in the district collectorate premises since 2008. She had a dispute with her husband and thereafter she started working at a printing firm in Indore. It was at the firm that she learned typing.
Later, she returned to Sehore and when the then district collector Raghvendra Singh and SDM Bhawna Walimbe, saw her typing speed, they helped her to get a place in the collectorate premises and encouraged her to work as a typist. Since then she has been working there.
Talking to media persons, Laxmi Verma said, “I have been working here for the past 12 years, I learned typing while I worked at a printing press in Indore. The then district collector Raghvendra Singh helped me start this work.”
When contacted, the then district collector Raghvendra Singh, who is presently posted as divisional commissioner Indore, said, “It feels good to help people who are ready to help themselves, instead of losing hopes. I still remember her. She had met me near the old collectors’ office in Sehore. She is an inspiration for everyone to follow.”