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After about 30 years of playing the lottery and dreaming of a winning ticket, the day finally came for a father in Brampton, Ont. who is now $70-million richer.

“I had many dreams about winning it ‘big’ one day and a few times I came close,” said 54-year-old Manoharan Ponnuthurai while picking up his jackpot cheque at the OLG Prize Centre in Toronto.

About 15 years ago, he won $2,800, but he never came close to his current multimillion dollar earnings.

This time around, Ponnuthurai heard the news first: there was a winning ticket in Brampton from the Dec. 17 draw. He pulled out his Lotto ticket and saw his first four numbers were a match.

“I was so shaky I couldn’t continue,” Ponnuthurai said.

He called for his wife and children to help him read the remaining numbers. “As each number matched, my heart was racing faster and faster.”

In shock, he quietly kept saying to himself, “I won. I won!”

While Ponnuthurai is a multimillionaire, he has no plan to retire. As the owner of a small manufacturing company, he has several employees who depend on him for a living. But, his wife is ready to leave her job and head back to school.

At the top of Ponnuthurai’s list of priorities, he wants to spend his $70-million on a new house for his family and explore beaches in Europe set on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea.

“I am so happy about my family’s future. Whatever we decide to do, we will do it as family and that is the most important to me!”

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While Ponnuthurai is a multimillionaire, he has no plan to retire. As the owner of a small manufacturing company, he has several employees who depend on him for a living. 

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18 minutes ago, tennisluvrredux said:

lotto winner

 

After about 30 years of playing the lottery and dreaming of a winning ticket, the day finally came for a father in Brampton, Ont. who is now $70-million richer.

“I had many dreams about winning it ‘big’ one day and a few times I came close,” said 54-year-old Manoharan Ponnuthurai while picking up his jackpot cheque at the OLG Prize Centre in Toronto.

About 15 years ago, he won $2,800, but he never came close to his current multimillion dollar earnings.

This time around, Ponnuthurai heard the news first: there was a winning ticket in Brampton from the Dec. 17 draw. He pulled out his Lotto ticket and saw his first four numbers were a match.

“I was so shaky I couldn’t continue,” Ponnuthurai said.

He called for his wife and children to help him read the remaining numbers. “As each number matched, my heart was racing faster and faster.”

In shock, he quietly kept saying to himself, “I won. I won!”

While Ponnuthurai is a multimillionaire, he has no plan to retire. As the owner of a small manufacturing company, he has several employees who depend on him for a living. But, his wife is ready to leave her job and head back to school.

At the top of Ponnuthurai’s list of priorities, he wants to spend his $70-million on a new house for his family and explore beaches in Europe set on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea.

“I am so happy about my family’s future. Whatever we decide to do, we will do it as family and that is the most important to me!”

70M ke retirement aa

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9 minutes ago, kittaya said:

70M ke retirement aa

Less than 1 million tho retire ayyi happy ga undevallani choosa. 

70M amazing amount to retire on any day

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8 minutes ago, kevinUsa said:

andulo no taxes  moey earned thru gambling and loettery no taxes hers he gets to keep all the money 

Deeni valla neeku emardamayindi? 

Nuvvu kooda daily oka powerball ticket konu, monthly oka $200 budget pettu pakkana for powerball tickets. 

Edo roju meeru multi millionaire avutharu babu avutharu

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13 minutes ago, tennisluvrredux said:

Less than 1 million tho retire ayyi happy ga undevallani choosa. 

70M amazing amount to retire on any day

70 million bro @kittayaneku chala takkuva anipisthundha ah miney? Almost 500 crores. Kani ila punlic cheothey champi paar den… tharu. Vediki tax poi immediate ga antha money kavalanety 35-40 million istharu ledha every month govt deposit chethadhi upto him. Lawyer ni consult avvvali na detials secret unchalani then the lottery company wont release.

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6 minutes ago, Swatkat said:

70 million bro @kittayaneku chala takkuva anipisthundha ah miney? Almost 500 crores. Kani ila punlic cheothey champi paar den… tharu. Vediki tax poi immediate ga antha money kavalanety 35-40 million istharu ledha every month govt deposit chethadhi upto him. Lawyer ni consult avvvali na detials secret unchalani then the lottery company wont release.

sir adi canada lo no taxes on lottery 

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4 hours ago, tennisluvrredux said:

Less than 1 million tho retire ayyi happy ga undevallani choosa. 

70M amazing amount to retire on any day

Holy avunahh.... 

 

Young lo ndhi kakaa

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4 hours ago, tennisluvrredux said:

Deeni valla neeku emardamayindi? 

Nuvvu kooda daily oka powerball ticket konu, monthly oka $200 budget pettu pakkana for powerball tickets. 

Edo roju meeru multi millionaire avutharu babu avutharu

H1 ,L1 vallu powerball tickets konacha..gelisthe dabulu isthara??

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4 hours ago, kevinUsa said:

sir adi canada lo no taxes on lottery 

Deniki tax pettalo pettakudadho kuda telidhu. Dhed Dhamak gallu

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43 minutes ago, DalchanChekka said:

Deniki tax pettalo pettakudadho kuda telidhu. Dhed Dhamak gallu

You gamble.on money after you pay taxes

The lottery you buy is the money u receive after u pay taxes

 

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44 minutes ago, DalchanChekka said:

Deniki tax pettalo pettakudadho kuda telidhu. Dhed Dhamak gallu

Lotteries. Winnings from a Canadian lottery such as Lotto Max or 649 are considered to be windfalls, and windfalls are not subject to tax. ... Everything from your local hockey team's 50/50 draw to the Big Brothers/Big Sisters travel lotto vouchers are included in the windfall category and therefore not subject to tax.

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2 minutes ago, kevinUsa said:

You gamble.on money after you pay taxes

The lottery you buy is the money u receive after u pay taxes

 

Mari same dhanda stocks lo kuda ga.. mari akkada why taxing?

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