Retired scientist and social worker visiting Malton

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Mississauga, February 5 (CINEWS): Dr. Naurang Singh Mangat, a former professor and renowned scientist, who has been looking after the homeless, disabled, mentally sick, orphans and the poor sick people in India for many

Dr. Naurang Singh Manga

years, is visiting the Peel Region between 11th-15th February, while here he can be found at Singh Sabha Gurdwara, Malton.
Dr Mangat a former professor and scientist of Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, University of Windsor, and Morrison Scientific Inc. Calgary has published about 60 research papers in statistics and related fields in world famous journals.
He is a founder of the charity – Guru Amar Das Apahaj Ashram – that runs a home for the homeless near village Sarabha in Ludhiana district of Punjab in India. His determination, sincerity, hard work and unflinching belief to help the needy ultimately led to the building of the Guru Amar Das Apahaj Ashram.
About 25 homeless, disabled, mentally challenged and poor sick people are living in the ashram permanently. All of them are provided food, clothes, medical help and nursing care free of cost. The second storey of the building is near completion. On completion of two more floors, the institute will be catering to hundreds of such needy people in the future. If you’d like to meet this inspirational man, call him at 403-401-8787, or email [email protected] between 11th-15th February.

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