Amid the controversies regarding the ‘tea and pakoda selling’ business which has been promoted by ruling party as also an employment while the opposition terms it to be cover up of the central government for its failure to create jobs, here is a story that is genuinely shocking, pleasantly though.
It has now emerged that a tea seller in Maharashtra’s Pune city makes to the tune of Rs 12 lakh per month with his rather low lying stall.
Known as Yewle Tea house, it is one of the famous tea stalls in the city.>
Navnath Yewle, co-founder of Yewle Tea house, has further ideas of the business.
He says that he is planning to make a brand of it and go international with this very rather usual trade.
Navnath said that tea selling is also business and provides employment to many.
It is said that the Yewle Tea House has got three centers in the city with each having a dozen employees working.