The man on a mission to fill potholes
04 October 2022 | 4:20 am
Dadarao Bhilore's son, Prakash Bhilore, was killed when his bike fell into a deep pothole on a Mumbai street. He's now on a mission to fill potholes to save the lives of others.
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