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In 2016, after the demise of her husband and two sons, Hema took charge of her husband’s Motor Driving School. AU Bank transferred the car loans in her name and provided support when Hema needed it the most. After one year, Hema became independent and her business is running better then before. She is also providing employment to four drivers in her Motor Driving School.
Shankar Lal Yadav wanted to give more time to his differently-abled son but his job did not allow that. His monthly income of Rs 8,000 - 10,000 was also not enough to support his family. AU offered him a hassle-free vehicle loan and within a week he was driving 30 students to-and-fro from school. The new source of livelihood has raised the family income by three times.