Global Middas Foundation (GMF) Offers Nationwide Healthcare & Education Support For 1984 Sikh Genocide Victims And Their Families
Sardar Inder Preet Singh, the founder of the Global Middas Foundation (GMF), a charitable organization based in Delhi, has announced a significant initiative aimed at providing support to the victims and surviving family members of the 1984 Sikh Genocide, which tragically unfolded in various parts of India, including Delhi, Punjab, Kanpur, Jabalpur, Bokaro, and others. During this dark chapter in history, mass massacres, looting, and inhumane acts of violence were perpetrated against men, women, children, and families belonging to the Sikh community.
GMF has joined hands with Arihant Hospital in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, to launch a dedicated Healthcare and education Langar Sewa (community service). Under this initiative, free healthcare cards are being distributed jointly by GMF and Arihant Hospital. These healthcare cards offer significant benefits, including up to a 50% concession on medical services, priority access to tests, treatments, surgeries, and critical healthcare facilities such as cancer care, drug abuse treatment, heart surgeries, and a 20% discount on kidney transplants and dialysis.
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In addition to the healthcare initiative, GMF is also committed to promoting education through its Education Langar Sewa. They have partnered with the MINERVA Group of Institutions, which is managed by the Dev Bhoomi Educational Society in Dehradun, Uttarakhand. As part of this educational initiative, GMF is offering a 30% scholarship on the Gross Semester Fees for all degree courses offered by MINERVA and a 20% scholarship on the Gross Semester Fees for all certificate and diploma courses. These scholarships are available to students across India.
Both the healthcare and education Sewa initiatives by GMF are accessible pan-India, aiming to provide much-needed support and opportunities to those affected by the tragic events of the 1984 Sikh Genocide. Sardar Inder Preet Singh's efforts reflect a compassionate and impactful approach to addressing the long-lasting effects of this historical tragedy.