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SARDAR POORAN SINGH

Late S. Pooran Singh, a keen reformer and modest social worker was from village Madhir near Gidderbaha in Punjab. He diligently worked for the freedom struggle of India. His mission was to uplift and reform rural Punjab. He was the MLA of the first Constituent Assembly after Independence, serving from 1952-57.

He strived for the resettlement of families from across the Border. He did tremendous work for the emancipation and education of the downtrodden in the backward areas of District Ferozepur.

He himself went from door to door to persuade people to send their children to school. S. Pooran Singh Memorial Educational and Charitable Society and this alma mater are tributes to this great visionary.

SARDAR HARCHAND SINGH BRAR

Late S. Harchand Singh Brar, founder member of S. Pooran Singh Memorial Educational and Charitable Society, was born on 5th March 1919, in Village Madhir, Punjab. He pursued his BSc degree from Lahore University. He worked in the Royal Indian Air Force, during the freedom struggle and left in 1949 to help in development and settlement of the Tarai Region. He was actively involved in resolving the political, economic, and personal problems of the people of the area.

He was a life member of SGPC. Amritsar. He served as the President of Bazpur Gurudwara Prabhandak Committee. He was the patron of Sri Guru Nanak Mata Gurudwara Sahib. He also worked as the Director of Tarai Development Corporation, Pant Nagar University. He was the Founder Vice Chairman of Sri Dashmesh School, Fauji Colony, Bazpur.


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