Big Ticket hosts announce the winners.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
An Indian man based in Abu Dhabi has won the Dhs 25 million in Big Ticket Abu Dhabi draw on Monday.
Haridasan Moothattil Vasunni from Kerala brought the ticket on Dec.30.
He said that he didn’t even hope of winning, but destiny had different plans for him.
Haridasan ticket number was 232976.
Haridasan is a driver with a private firm in the emirate, said that he is sharing the amount with 10 others.
Haridasan won with his ticket number 232976 purchased on December 30. He will be sharing some of the amount with ten other people.
Big Ticket wrote on Facebook, “Congratulations to The Tremendous 25 Million Series 235 winners! Visit www.bigticket.ae for the complete list of winners.”
Ashwin Aravindhakshan from India won the second prize of Dhs2 million.
Big Ticket also wrote on Facebook, “Congratulations to Ashokkumar Koneru with Ticket No. 012276 from India for winning the Dream Car Maserati Ghibli Series 01!”
Haridasan told organizers that he couldn’t believe that he won.
He said his life will change.
The Big Ticket, the longest-running and biggest raffle draw in the UAE is hosted at Abu Dhabi International Airport, Al Ain Airport and online at www.bigticket.ae
The raffle draw guarantees cash prizes vary from month to month with Big Ticket giving away a minimum of 10million dirham up to our biggest jackpot of 25 million.
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