Kshan Yogesh Gola, a two-year-old Indian national living in Sharjah, is the newest winner of a $1 million prize in the Dubai Duty-Free Millennium draw.
About the winning
Since the Millionaire promotion began in 1999, Gole is the 184th winner of a one million dollars
Kshan’s parents, Yogesh Gole and Dhanshree Bandal said they purchased the winning ticket number 2033 for the Millennium Millionaire Series 371, on September 25 on their way back to Dubai from a vacation in Mumbai.
The father said it was his first time purchasing a Millennium Ticket. Also, he had a strong feeling that something good will happen and he and his wife are doing everything in their son’s name.
“We hail from Mumbai, India, and moved to UAE six months before Kshan was born. This win is obviously a great blessing. We purchased the ticket in my son’s name when we were on our way back from India after a vacation.”, said Gole.
How excited they were?
The parents were thankful for the prize which will strengthen the future of their son, Kshan. Golen said: “Kshan’s future is now secured, as we can invest the money so he can enjoy a better future”.
Dhanshree Bandal, the mother was as well truly delighted: “Thank God for this amazing win. Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, we have suffered a lot. Now our lives, and our son’s future are secure. Thank you so much Dubai Duty Free.”
The Indian family is overjoyed about the major financial support their son benefits from. In addition, they are thinking also of less fortunate people. As a consequence, the parents aims to donate a part of the prize to people in need.
Golen stated: “We will also try and donate some money to the needy in his name.”
In short, the women and Golen have shown modesty and empathy for the others even if they were the lucky winners of this grand prize.