Her husband name is N. A. who works in a factory on monthly wage. Sheedan is a very hard-working lady. She deals with clothes. She has been doing this for over 30 years. It is an achievement that she married off her elder daughter with her own earnings. She feels proud when she thinks over it. She has crossed 50 years of her age but she never loses her stamina. When she held her grandson in her arms she has decided that she will sell the children garments as well.
Her grandson has become one year old and the cloth he wears is the choice of Sheedan. To expand her children garments business she required a loan of worth Pak Rs. 20,000.
She has two other ladies in her loan group. Nusrat wants a loan to buy groceries for her grocery shop. Parveen wants a loan to buy an electric sewing machine for her sewing clothes business.
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