Indian Sweet Seller Wins 2.5 Cr in UK!!

Sindujaa D N

Whenever an indian raises the flag of success abroad, it becomes a matter of pride for the whole of India. Once again a girl of indian origin has made her country proud. This girl has won a tv show in London. 

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We are talking about Harpreet Kaur, 30, an Indian-origin entrepreneur and a sweet shop owner in northern England. This sweet shop owner has won a landslide victory in the popular UK television show 'The Handyman'. She has become the winner in this competition, leaving behind 16 participants. By winning this show, she has got an investment of 2.5 lakh pounds i.e. about 2.5 crore rupees.

In the 16th edition of the show, broadcast on BBC and run by businessman Lord Alan Sugar, he has registered a landslide victory by overtaking entrepreneurs from different parts of the UK, including another Indian-origin contestant Akshay Thakr.

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At the end of the show, Harpreet was able to convince the business leader to support her idea of expanding her desert parlor 'O So Yum'. He was declared the winner in a previously recorded episode at the end of the week. 

happy harpreet 

After this victory, Harpreet Kaur said that "He is very happy. He has no words to describe that he has won BBC Apprentice. But he is very excited about the new chapter of O So Yum. Along with this, Harpreet thanked all those who supported her.

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