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Wow! Sikh brothers set an example on Gurpurab, donated 12 acres of land worth 5 crores to needy farmers

Akash Ahuja, Rudrapur: On the birth anniversary of the first Sikh Guru Nanak, two Sikh brothers have set a wonderful example of humanity. In Khatima of Udhamsinghnagar, Uttarakhand, both the brothers donated 12 acres of agricultural land to poor and needy farmers. The estimated cost of this land will be Rs 5 crore. The Sikh brothers have just announced to donate 4 more acres of land.

According to the report of our associate newspaper Times of India, four brothers of a Sikh family, resident of Pilibhit district of Uttar Pradesh, together have about 125 acres of farmland in the region of UP and bordering Uttarakhand. Two of these brothers from Bhagtaniya village live abroad. The other two brothers Balwinder and Harpal live here. Decided to donate 12 acres of land near Khatima in Uttarakhand to needy farmers.

The land papers were handed over to Kanchanpur local body officials B Singh and revenue officer Hansu Lal in the presence of villagers. Balwinder said, “This time in monsoon, the lands of farmers were submerged in the boom of Sharda and its tributary Parveen. The source of income has run out. When we came to know about the pain of the farmers, we decided to donate the land to them.

“We have about 125 acres of land. We have decided to give a total of 16 acres of agricultural land, out of which 12 were given. For this, what better chance than the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak ji. The remaining 4 acres of land will also be handed over soon. I am thankful to all the brothers that they have agreed for this noble initiative.



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