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Kulwant Singh Sidhu, A Humanitarian Who Follows The Golden Rule, ‘Don't Just Think, Do.’

Presently working as the Constituency Incharge (Atam Nagar) Of Aam Aadmi Party, Kulwant Singh Sidhu has good leadership qualities and can inspire his teams to work as a collective unit.

Kulwant Singh Sidhu, A Humanitarian Who Follows The Golden Rule, ‘Don't Just Think, Do.’
Kulwant Singh Sidhu, Humanitarian
Kulwant Singh Sidhu, A Humanitarian Who Follows The Golden Rule, ‘Don't Just Think, Do.’
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2021-10-29T14:40:52+05:30

There is no greater joy nor greater reward than to make a fundamental difference in someone's life. The quote by Mary Rose McGeady is the motto of Kulwant Singh Sidhu's life. "I believe in serving others selflessly as there is no joy as great as helping the ones in need," says Sidhu.

Having completed his Bachelor of Arts from SCD Government College, Ludhiana, Sidhu went on to do his LLB from Shia College Lucknow. He learnt the biggest lesson of his life, i.e. religious harmony. At the age of 55, Kulwant Singh Sidhu is well-versed with English, Hindi, and Punjabi languages, giving him the advantage to read all the major religious scriptures. Also, he is a firm believer in God and follows a righteous path that makes him a popular figure with the people of Ludhiana.

Presently working as the Constituency Incharge (Atam Nagar) Of Aam Aadmi Party, Kulwant Singh Sidhu has good leadership qualities and can inspire his teams to work as a collective unit. Being a true humanitarian, Sidhu has been given the position of the Chairman of NGOs Punjab Sewa Munch, We for People and Shaheed Baba Deep Singh Welfare Society. Through these NGOs, Kulwant Singh Sidhu has been elemental in taking up various projects and programs to save the environment, promote education in the economically deprived society segments, and organise health check-up camps in various parts of the state Punjab. Most importantly, he has played a vital role in keeping the youth away from the drug menace. He has been regularly organising drug awareness rallies and engaging the youth in constructive activities like sports, blood donation camps and organising health awareness camps.
"Youth is the backbone of our society, and we should make every effort to channelise their energy in productive endeavours. Our state has been reeling under the burden of drugs for the last three decades, which makes it all the more important to give direction to the youth," expresses Sidhu.

This philanthropist feels very strongly for the poor girls and the families who cannot bear the burden of marrying their daughters. He took the responsibility of bearing the expense of several girls' wedding ceremonies and made arrangements for their livelihood and settlement.

 

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