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Punjab Nambardar Union to contribute Rs.14 crore in CM’s Relief Fund: Kangar

Chandigarh, August 27, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

Punjab Revenue Minister, GS Kangar in a press statement has informed that in a noble gesture of exhibiting solidarity with the flood affected people of Punjab, the Punjab Nambardar Union has volunteered to contribute their three months honorarium amounting to Rs.14.16 crore in the Punjab Chief Minister’s Relief Fund.

He said that a delegation of the Punjab Nambardar Union including the State President Gurpal Singh Samra, Executive President Surjit Singh ,General Secretary Labh Singh Krail, District President Ludhiana Parminder Singh, Secretary Balwant Singh, Secretary Kuldeep Singh, District President Mansa Amritpal Singh and other office bearers met him in his office at Punjab Civil Secretariat on Tuesday and have given a written consent to donate their honorarium.

Appreciating their philanthropic gesture, Revenue Minister said that people from all walks of life should come forward to help accelerate the ongoing relief and rehabilitation operations.

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