Sughran is married to M. Y. who operates a shop selling vehicles tires. He has ten years of experience in this business and he knows the ups and downs of it very well. Sughran has applied for a loan from Asasah to financially assist her husband who wants to expand his tire-selling business. With the loan, he will buy tires of different brands and for different vehicles to sell in his shop.
Sughran believes that this investment will bring a positive change in her husband’s business and he will certainly increase the income of his business. Sughran is a new loan applicant of Asasah and is hopeful that it will be a productive experience for her and for her family as well.
In the photo, Sughran is the lady who is holding a book (called her Asasah Passbook) in her hand.
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