Sahu is also polishing his English with the help of his college-going son, so that he can talk to Clinton about the harsh life in Indian villages. However, he says that he will not ask Clinton for any aid or assistance, as the Indian government is capable to address all sorts of issues.
Pushpendra Sahu, his son, too is upbeat about meeting Clinton. “I want to show him that boys and girls of Indian villages are pursuing their studies aggressively against all odds,” he said. “I also want to thank him for his Clinton Foundation awareness campaign in our village.”
Clinton will go to Jabrauli on July 17 to monitor the progress of the campaign launched by the Clinton Foundation to raise awareness about diarrhoea, immunisation and cleanliness in rural areas. The former US president is on a week-long visit to Asia Pacific countries, including India, Vietnam, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Australia.