Tarn Taran diary: Kallha village has its personal lake
A pond in Kallha village has been transformed into an attractive lake by the panchayat. It’s proving to be picnic spot for not solely the village residents but additionally for a variety of different village residents. Amenities of a lake, an leisure park and a playway are additionally made out there for the guests. There’s additionally a provision of sailing. The spot witnesses lots of of individuals day by day within the night and folks take pleasure in spending their time on the lake till the solar units. On the leisure park, there are video games for kids and adults. Individuals spend high quality time on the park with their relations. On the play method, youngsters get to study whereas enjoying. The panchayat is working below the management of village sarpanch Gursimratpal Kaur, whose husband Baldev Singh is a retired trainer of a authorities faculty. Baldev Singh mentioned the lake was proving to be a multipurpose web site. The village sewage and drain water is delivered to a standard pond after being handled below the Sheechewal Mannequin. The lake can also be used as a fish farm and was given on contract-basis for Rs 1 lakh per 12 months. This quantity will likely be used for village growth works. The entry to the lake, park and playway is freed from cost. Baldev Singh mentioned the venture was constructed with an quantity of Rs 29 lakh. The funds have been issued by the 14th Union Finance Fee, Authorities of India, and MGNREGA. Various village NRIs too had donated for the venture. The district administration is but to understand the efforts of the panchayat for this distinctive venture.
Many feathers in his hat
Tarn Taran Deputy District Schooling Officer (Secondary) Gurbachan Singh Lali has many feathers in his hat. He belongs to a mediocre household and has been an excellent pupil throughout his pupil life. Together with research, he was equally effectively in cultural actions.
He has been orator and was specifically identified for his speech at non secular features. Throughout his pupil life at Guru Nanak Dev College, he additionally developed curiosity in literary actions and began writing articles for periodicals and newspapers. As a college trainer, he’s identified for being educator and a succesful principal and schooling officer. He turned common in literary circles in 2011, when he got here up along with his first prose ebook devoted to his dad and mom. After a niche of 11 years, he once more got here in highlight along with his second prose ebook “Bandea banda ban”, which was launched not too long ago. His articles give classes on turning into human being.
Minors out of faculty
Three minors — Vicky (11) and his youthful brothers Rajesh and Bhinda — have by no means gone to a faculty. Their grandfather Mani Ram runs a pig farm in close by Sheron village and it’s his solely supply of revenue to feed his 10-member household.
The three youngsters assist their grandfather in fetching feed for the pigs from vegetable markets. They stand up early at 5 within the morning and depart for Tarn Taran on their horse cart. They go to bazars and gather rotten vegatables and fruits which can be discarded by sellers earlier than closing their store an evening earlier than. Additionally they go to completely different marriage palaces, fruit and vegetable markets and likewise grain markets. When the cart is full, they return to the farm. This has been their day by day routine for the previous three years. Mani Ram mentioned as it’s their solely supply of revenue, he can’t afford to ship the youngsters to highschool for schooling. There are a selection of children like Vicky in Tarn Taran and close by areas. Kids might be seen begging at sure non secular locations with none verify by the administration. The authorities involved should take efforts to curb the menace. (Contributed by Gurbaxpuri)