Eight years ago, Pookunju had taken a loan of Rs 7.45 lakh from Corporation Bank to build a house.
"I was planning to go to Malaysia to work as a chef. Now, I plan to start a hotel. I also want to own a house near the road,” said Anoop.
Lottery winners will now get their prizes within three days of submission of the winning ticket and the documents required.
Sources said this year’s prize structure is beyond comparison with the previous editions in many aspects.
The attached assets include movable properties in the form of bank accounts and lands located in various parts of Tamil Nadu belonging to Martin and his business partners.
Both of them hail from Manavalakurichi in Kanyakumari district.
Two persons, belonging to Kanyakumari district of Tamil Nadu, have won Rs 10 crore in the Vishu bumper Kerala lottery.
The winner is yet to come forward to claim the prize. The ticket was purchased from Chaithanya Lucky Centre at East Fort.
A dubious app has been selling Kerala Lottery tickets online, cheating hundreds of customers and violating the provisions of the Kerala Paper Lotteries (Regulation) Rules, 2005.
Last year, Smija K Mohan had handed over the winning ticket of Rs 6 crore to an Aluva native. Now, a woman from Hyderabad has won the second prize of Rs 25 lakh through the ticket sold by her.