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11-Month-Old Indian Baby Wins $1 Million At Dubai Duty Free Raffle

05 Feb, 2020

    Mohamed Salah, an 11-month-old baby from India's Kerala, has joined the long list of Dubai Duty Free (DDF) millennium millionaires.


    Salah will turn a year old on February 13.


    "I bought the ticket in my son's name. He is very lucky. This is a massive win. I am yet to decide what to do with the money," said Ramees Rahman, baby Salah's father on Tuesday.


    A resident of Abu Dhabi for over six years, Rahman said he has been participating in the Dubai Duty Free promotions for a year now. His winning ticket no. 1319 was bought in the series 323, Gulf news reported.


    "I am positive there is a bright future for my son. His life is starting out on a very positive note. I feel blessed and thank the stars for this delightful moment in our lives," said Rahman.


    Other DDF winners were Shaghayegh Attarzadeh, 33, an Iranian expat from Dubai who won a Mercedes Benz S560 (Magnetite Black Metallic) in Series 1745. Her winning ticket number is 0773.


    She is an entrepreneur who runs a family business with her brother. Attarzadeh said she regularly buys a ticket to Dubai Duty Free's promotions whenever she travels and was very thankful for her win.

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