Press Reporter News Service
Moga, July 17
Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh on Sunday lauded the endurance and exhausting work of 100-year-old Harbans Singh of Moga who continues to be incomes a residing for himself and his grandchildren at this age. The Chief Minister additionally introduced speedy monetary help of Rs. 5 lakh to Harbans Singh and an training facility for his grandchildren.
Disclosing this at the moment by way of his social media platforms, the Chief Minister additionally expressed happiness over the truth that many native NGOs have additionally come ahead to assist Harbans Singh. It’s to be talked about that the movies of this story of Harbans Singh had gone viral on social media. After coming into discover, the Chief Minister made this announcement.
It could be recalled that 100-year-old Harbans Singh nonetheless sells onions and potatoes on the Rehri (cart) to lift the youngsters of his deceased son. After the loss of life of one among his sons a couple of years in the past and the alleged abandonment of youngsters by his daughter-in-law, Harbans Singh has been diligently fulfilling his duty of caring for his grandson and granddaughter. One in every of his sons sells fruit however lives aside from his household.
Harbans Singh says that his household belonged to Sarai Thanewala village in Lahore district and got here to India on the time of partition when he was 27 years previous. Earlier than settling in Moga virtually 4 many years in the past, he had a menial job and began promoting greens. He sells onions primarily on Amritsar Highway in Moga.