No child, boy or girl should be deprived of education due to poverty -Sant Seechewal



The wet lands (Jalgahan)  that were life lines for the migratory birds, now only a few migratory birds are visiting
Sultanpur Lodhi, 2nd February

2nd establishment day of Sant Avatar Singh Yaadgari Senior Secondary school was celebrated. Along with it 15th establishment day of the college was also celebrated. On this occasion, attending the samagam the President of Punjabi Sath Dr. Nirmal Singh said that the education that was imparted in the Gurukul’s for social welfare has now changed to a business. He said that when Sant Balbir Singh Seechewal took over the responsibility as head sewadar at Nirmal Kuteya Seechewal, the first work he did was to open a school, so that the poor children could be educated on minimum fees. Now, big educational institutions have been opened by this organization and fees are very nominal.
MLA Hardev Singh Laddi Sherowalia of the area announced to give eleven lacs for the development of the school. He said that by opening the college in the area of sand dunes Sant Seechewal has done a great work of welfare. Due to which the girls along with the boys of this area are getting higher education and now a big number of girls are studying in this college.
Sant Balbir Singh Seechewal addressing the students and the people of the area said that only the knowledge of words is capable of bringing the big changes in the society. He said that there was a time when people felt proud in studying in the government schools but for the past sometimes the government educational structure and decline in students is putting the future of the poor children in crises. Due to this the new building with modern facilities of Sant Avatar Singh Yaadgari Senior Secondary school was given to the children last year on 2nd February 2019.He said that the educational institutions that are being run under Ek Onkar Charitable Trust, its only purpose is that no child a girl or a boy should be deprived of education due to poverty.
On this occasion Sant Seechewal addressing the samagam said that Jalgah Divas on 2nd February is celebrated at world level and two national wetlands fall in this area but it's a matter of regret that due to carelessness of the government their existence is in danger. The wetlands of Punjab that were once life lines of the migratory birds now only a few migratory birds are visiting here.

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