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Self-help groups benefit rural masses

Self-help groups established in the district under the ‘Punjab State Rural Livelihood Mission’ (PSRLM) have been serving a range of tasks for society. The groups not only enabled the poorest segment of the women’s population to be self-sufficient, but the members also worked to make society aware of the government’s development schemes and also to make society aware of social evils. Deputy Commissioner Kulwant Singh said that 1620 self-help groups had been set up in the district and that women from below the poverty line (BPL) were members of the groups.
As many as 17,000 women have been registered in the scheme. The DC reported that the district administration had made Rs 17.7 lakh available as a revolving fund for some groups to operate on a cooperative basis this year. The state government has given an order to these groups to prepare 45,000 masks, and it has proven to be a fruitful job for the groups. These masks were given to Mark fed for sale on the open market. The members of the community told the villagers that they would abide by the norms of Covid-19, such as wearing masks and hand washing, etc.
Education officer with a variety of tastes
Harpal Singh Sandhawalia (pic), Tarn Taran, Deputy District Education Officer (Secondary), is a man of many tastes. He serves as an education officer, but he has a very sweet and compassionate heart that produces poetry full of passion and romance. His first poetry book ‘Ehnu Hun Ki Kahie’ (what’s to say now has recently been on the market. He’s a soccer player. With the support of the villagers, he founded a football club in his native village of Vein Poin (Tarn Taran). The club has been holding a football tournament every year for more than 20 years. In his papers on Fatehbad, Goindwal Sahib, Khadoor Sahib, Vairowal, Nagoke, Naushehra Pannuan and Vain Poin villages, he explored the historical history of many villages. Articles on these villages have been published in newspapers and magazines, especially in the Punjabi Tribune. He also published posts on sports and state-level events.

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