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NGO Guru Nanak Seva Dal organized event for the needy Children

Children presented colourful programs wearing their handmade costumes

Mohali:

Guru Nanak Seva Dal regd. NGO organized an event to share with the general public the efforts being made by which is being made for the education of needy children and their bright future. In this event, where children living below the poverty line were prevented from following the wrong path, a seminar was also organized for job and education opportunities for them. Along with this, colorful programs were presented by the organization by the present affiliated children wearing their own handmade costumes. This event was inaugurated by PRTC Vice Chairman Balwinder Singh Jarwan. Prabhjot Kaur, Chairperson District Planning Committee Mohali, Councilor Sukhdev Singh Patwari, Brigadier (Retd) Ashok Kumar, Jagdish Singh Sarpal, Rekha Kalia and Punjabi Sahithik Akademi President Balkar Singh Sidhu were also present on this occasion.

Founder Karanjit Kaur, who is serving selflessly in Guru Nanak Seva Dal, welcomed all the guests and shared information about the principles of the organization and the social welfare work being done by them. He appealed to the children and youth of every section of the society and said that if they need any kind of help for employment or education then this organization will help them completely. The chief guests, Balwinder Singh and Prabhjot Kaur, while appreciating the efforts being made by the organization, also promised to help in every way. Along with this, he appreciated the presentations made by the children and wished them a bright future. On this occasion, the vice president of the organization Sakshi Gupta, Anuradha, Hina, Jass Singh, Jitinder Pal Kaur, Meena Sharma, Preeti Kaur, Monika, Rekha Sharma, Anuradha, Hina and Baljit Singh were present.

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