Canada:- Jagmohan Sekhon, a resident of Canada, recently visited Punjab to plant saplings in memory of his late father, Sant Singh Sekhon. Sekhon, who is a well-known philanthropist and community leader, planted the saplings in various parts of the state, including the Bhagat Singh Museum.
The saplings that Sekhon planted include trees that are native to Punjab, such as the peepal, banyan, and neem. These trees are known for their environmental benefits, as they help to improve air quality and provide shade. They also help to prevent soil erosion and flooding.
In addition to planting saplings, Sekhon also donated money to the Bhagat Singh Museum. The museum is dedicated to the life and legacy of Bhagat Singh, a revolutionary freedom fighter who was executed by the British in 1931. Sekhon’s donation will help to ensure that the museum continues to educate future generations about Bhagat Singh’s sacrifice.
Sekhon’s visit to Punjab was a reminder of the importance of preserving the environment and honoring the legacy of those who have made a difference in the world. His actions are an inspiration to us all, and we hope that he will continue to inspire others to make a positive impact on the world.