Global Middas Foundation (GMF) Initiates Pan India Healthcare & Education Langar Sewa For 1984 Sikh Genocide Victims
Sardar Inder Preet Singh, the Founder of the Global Middas Foundation (GMF), a philanthropic organization headquartered in Delhi, has taken a compassionate initiative to address the longstanding grievances of victims and surviving family members affected by the 1984 Sikh Genocide. This tragic chapter in India's history saw mass-level massacres, looting, and appalling acts of cruelty perpetrated against men, women, children, and families belonging to the Sikh community across Delhi, Punjab, Kanpur, Jabalpur, Bokaro, and other parts of the country.
As a testament to their commitment to healing and support, GMF has collaborated with Arihant Hospital in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, to launch a dedicated Healthcare & Education "Langar Sewa" (community service). In the realm of healthcare, GMF and Arihant Hospital are offering free healthcare cards, which provide substantial benefits to those affected by the 1984 Sikh Genocide. These cards grant recipients up to a 50% concession on medical expenses and priority access to tests, treatments, surgeries, and various critical healthcare services, including cancer care, drug abuse treatment, heart surgeries, and a 20% discount on kidney transplants and dialysis. To acquire these health cards, individuals can visit GMF's Facebook page, contact their helpline numbers, or access information on Sadda Khirda Punjab Youtube channel and the Arihant Hospital website.
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In addition to their healthcare endeavor, GMF has expanded its philanthropic reach to the field of education. The foundation has forged a partnership with the MINERVA Group of Institutions, which is managed by the Dev Bhoomi Educational Society in Dehradun, Uttarakhand. Under the "Education Langar Sewa," GMF is extending generous scholarships to deserving individuals across India. Students pursuing degree courses can avail themselves of a substantial 30% scholarship on the gross semester fees, while those enrolling in certificate and diploma courses can benefit from a 20% scholarship on the gross semester fees.
This comprehensive initiative, spanning both healthcare and education services, is now accessible to individuals across India. Sardar Inder Preet Singh's dedication to providing support and assistance to the survivors and victims of the 1984 Sikh Genocide reflects a noble commitment to healing and empowerment, offering a ray of hope and a brighter future for those who have endured untold suffering.