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Sadhu Singh Dharamsot was born to mother Shrimati Bani Devi in the house of father Shri Shaana Ram Dharamsot on January 19th, 1958 at village Gumthala, Pehowa (Haryana). No body knows that one day he will be the great leader in Goaar community. That has been proved by his work done for Goaar Community. Thats why he is President of All India Bazigar-Banjara Sabha since last ten years.

He have plan to do lot of things for the welfare of Goaar community, one of them he has plan to establish "Bazigar Bhawan" at Mohali (near beautyful city Chandigarh, Capital of Panjab and Haryana States). Recently Sadhu Singh Dharamsot said in his statement, that one big size plot has been alloted by the Panjab Government. He said it has been possible by the efforts of Capt. Amrinder Singh, Chief Minister of Panjab.

Sadhu Singh Dharamsot is very well known personality in Goaar community of Panjab. At present he is Parliamentary Secretary of Panjab Government with the Departments of Home, PWD and Youth Welfare. He is the first MLA from Bazigar Section of Goaar Community of Panjab. First time he was elected MLA from Constituency Amloh, District Fatehgarh Sahib, Panjab, in the year 1992. Then he was appointed as Deputy Minister (Youth Welfare) by Chief Minister S. Beant Singh in his Cabinet. Second time in year 1997 he was contested in the Constituency Amloh, but lost his seat to Shiromani Akali Dal Candidate.

Third time in year 2002 he won Amloh Seat by defeating his nearest rival with big margin of votes. Then S. Amrinder Singh Chief Minister of Panjab, appointed him as Parliamentary Secretary (PWD, Home and Youth Welfare).

Sadhu Singh Dharamsot is very beloved leader of Goaar Community of Panjab. His speeches are very valuable and people impress by his speeches, because he knows, what the people need. His speeches allways are around how to uplift the Goaar community. Whenever he put his speech in the public rallies of Goaar community, in their own dialect, Goaar Boli, Goaars feel and listen him very proudly. Goaars get excited with his Goaar Boli Lecture.

He struggle for Goaar community to bring them on one platform. He organized two Panjab Level Rallies of Bazigar Section of Goaar Community. First State Level Bazigar-Banjara Rally was arranged at Polo Ground, Patiala, in the year of 1996, which was Presided over by Chief Minister S. Harcharan Singh Brar. Second State Level Bazigar-Banjara Rally was also hold at same place, on 13th December, 2005, presided over by Chief Minister S. Amrinder Singh. This rally was very successful and remarkable in the history of Goaar Community of Panjab. Sadhu Singh Dharamsot put some demands in the rally, which were all accepted by Panjab Government. Thats his great achievement to make successfull rally.

Sadhu Singh Dharamsot started his political carrier in Indian National Congress Party, as a worker and he did hard work day and night in Congress Party and finally he reached this height of political Carrier.

Dharamsot disburses cheques for Rs 87 lakh
Amloh, September 14, 2006: It is a need of the hour to provide quality education and prepare young generation for global competition. This was stated said by Mr Sadhu Singh Dharamsot, Parliamentary Secretary, Home, Justice and Sainik Welfare, at cheques distribution function at Government Secondary School here today.He distributed cheques worth Rs 86.70 lakh to 51 schools of the area under the Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan scheme. He stressed the need of co-ordination among teachers, students and parents.

Mr Dhramsot said a sum of Rs 1.5 crore had been spent to meet long standing demand of disposal of sewerage water. The District Education Officer (EE) of Fatehgarh Sahib, Mr Bachitar Singh, said seminars were being organised for teachers to equip them with modern techniques of education.
The Primary Education Officer, Ms Surjit Kaur, welcomed the guests. Mr Balbir Singh Ghuman conducted the stage.


Sadhu Singh Dharamsot and Om Parkash Kamal

Mr Lakhbir Singh Rai, president, District Congress Committee, appreciated the role of the PAUSWIC committees in development works of the schools in villages.

Media in charge Pargat Singh, sarpanch Sounti Nirbhey Singh, sarpanch Badal Thuha Tilak Raj, block president, Anti-Corruption Federation, Mr Baljit Singh Ania, District S.S. co-ordinator, Mr Hardeep Singh Khatra, Principal, and Navtejinder Kumar also addressed the gathering. (With thanks from Tribune, Chandigarh)

Dharamsot gives grants to schools
Amloh, March 5, 2005: Under Sarav Sikhya Abhiyan, cheques worth Rs 75 lakh were given to government elementary schools by Mr Sadhu Singh Dharamsot, Parliamentary Secretary (Home Justice and PWD), at a district-level function held at Government Elementary School, Saincy Behra, today.

Mr Dharamsot stressed on the proper utilisation of funds with the cooperation of school development committees.

Mr Dev Singh, DEO (E), Fatehgarh Sahib, said Rs 35,000 each was given to 70 schools for the construction of toilets, six central schools were given Rs 2 lakh each, and Rs 1.20 lakh each was given to 13 upper primary schools.

Ms Raj Kumari, Block Primary Education Officer, Amloh, said 59 of the 214 posts were lying vacant in 75 schools in the block.

Among others present at the function were Dr Sawtantra Karkara, state secretary, Pradesh Congress Committee, Mr Jeevan Puri, vice-president, Market Committee, Amloh, Mr Hemant Bhajni, vice-president, District Congress Committee, and Mr Sukhdev Singh Saimfulpur. (With Thanks from Tribune, Chandigarh)

Govt striving to provide quality education: Dharamsot
Amloh, December 3, 2005: The development of a country depends on the quality of education provided to its young generation and the role of reputed private institutions in this field in our state is also important, asserted Mr Sadhu Singh Dharamsot, Parliamentary Secretary, Home, Justice and PWD, who was the chief guest at the annual prize distribution function of Sant Farid Public School, Amloh, on Saturday. The government is determined to improve the quality of education in government schools and for its success he appealed the teachers to workhard to make the students as good citizens. He spoke in detail on the various developments schemes of the government.

The function was inaugurated by Mr Sandeep Hans, SDM, Amloh. Principal Vikramjit Singh presented the annual report of the school. Ms Harjinder Kaur, chairperson of the school management, presided over the function.

The cultural items Himachal Natti, Haryanvi, Japanese and Punjabi dances, folk songs, choreography, bhagra and gidha presented by students and enthralled the audience. The function began with Baba Farid shalok and Saraswati Vandana.

Among the students who won distinctions in the field of education, sports, and cultural activities in the year 2004 were honoured with mementos by Mr Sandeep Hans whereas the students who got distinctions in the year 2004 -05 were honoured with mementos by the chief guest.

Among others, Mr Baldev Sedha, former president municipal council, Mr Jarnail Singh, president, Gurudwara Singh Sabha, Mr Kewal Krishan Garg, advocate, Mr Jaspal Singh, Tehsildar Rajpura, Mr Parbodh Sood, former Tehsildar, Amloh, Mr Paramjit Singh Rupal, Councillor and parents of the students were presented on the occasion. (With Thanks from Tribune, Chandigarh)
 



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