According to the report of Khaleej Times, Indian Air Traffic Engineer Sabu Almitath works at Dubai Airport. He had been participating in this promotion for five years and eventually won $1 million.
The fate of an Indian man living in the United Arab Emirates suddenly opened. The 57-year-old engineer, who has been trying his luck in the Dubai Duty Free Millionaire Millionaire draw for nearly five years, has made a huge fortune. He has got one million dollars i.e. about Rs 7.45 crore. He says that it had become such a dream which he thought would never be fulfilled.
tried for five years
According to the report of Khaleej Times, Indian Air Traffic Engineer Sabu Almitath works at Dubai Airport. He had been participating in this promotion for five years and eventually won $1 million. He says that he was surprised by this victory. He never dreamed that this would ever happen. After winning, he told that he has faced many difficulties in reaching here.
With this money, they will now complete their stalled work and will also give it to charity. Sabu is originally from Bangalore. He has become the 182nd Indian to win $1 million since Millennium Millionaire was launched in 1999. Indian citizens buy promotion tickets in the largest number.
Indians are winning
Earlier, a 37-year-old Indian driver, along with nine of his teammates, had won a lottery worth two crore dirhams (about Rs 40 crore). Khaleej Times had reported that Ranjit Somarajan, a resident of Kerala and a driver in Abu Dhabi, had been buying tickets for the last three years. At the same time, Ganesh Shinde, a resident of Thane, Maharashtra, also won Rs 7.45 crore in Dubai Duty Free Millennium Millionaire.