A roadside dhaba in Dadu is being run by deaf people
A roadside dhaba in Dadu is ran by people with hearing disability or inability to speak.
Travelers enjoy delicious tea and parathas at Goongun jo shop that they describe as scrumptious.
Speaking in an interview in a local news channel, one of the workers explained, through sign language, that he has been working there since the tender age of 14.
He went on to say that it is getting difficult for him to work now as he grows older, but does not have a choice due to his financial circumstances.
He has a family of four girls and four boys to support. Despite their situation, the workers want to spread the joy of their dhaba and continue to work hard.
“We keep to ourselves and we are grateful to Allah,” a worker said, saying that they work tirelessly to support themselves instead of asking for people to help them.