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DARBARA SINGH FINLAND (guest) wrote 1 year ago 0    

CAPT. S. PRAG SINGH , WE CAN SAY WAS THE CREATOR OF VILLAGE HAMBRAN.ALL THE PROGRESS IN EVERY FIELD IN THE AREA WHAT WE SEE TODAY IS ONLY BECAUSE OF CAPT. PRAG SINGH. AFTER HIM, S.ALBEL SINGH SARPANCH HAD ALSO WORKED HARD TO CONTINUE THE PROGRESS. SALUTE TO THEM WITH GREAT RESPECT&REGARD DARBARA SINGH GARCHA FINLAND

M. S. Gill, P. E. (guest) wrote 22 Feb. 2012

After the partition in 1947, most families were new from Pakistan to Hambran except some scheduled caste families. Hambran was considered a very backward Bet village without any paved road to Ludhiana or other focal points. Like most other families in Hambran, my parents had to start from the scratch, and cultivated the barren parcels inherited in exchange of good land left in Pakistan. Hambran had only only few brick buildings, three open wells as a source of drinking water, and a pond for wastewater and drainage collection. A Primary School existed near the original Gurdwara building inside the village, while a Middle School was located outside the village. The first Panchayat was unanimously formed with five members in 1953-54. My father as the member of Panchayat started the first "Rural Dispensary" in our house at Hambran in 1954 with one MBBS Doctor, a Compounder, a Nurse and a servant. At the same time frame, land demarcation under the consolidation program was started and thus stone pillars were installed for a permanent allotment with identification of all acreage for ultimate settlement. A big challenge and struggle was continued by all hard working farmers while adjusting to their new adopted village. Only few selected children were able to join and pass the high schools away from Hambran. Furthermore, only few lucky and determined fellows were able to join college and succeed. Couple of persons joined the military and few other migrated to oversees in the first two decades after the partition. Respectable Capt Parag Singh Ji Gill (also known as Rasaldar Sahib, originally from Sudhar) after retiring from the Army in about 1960, settled at village Hambran. He was elected as a Sarpanch, and was involved heavily with the Zillah Parishad and thus established important relationships with the local and state authorities. Under his leadership many projects were initiated and completed such as soil work and pavement of village streets, connecting roads, hospital, Gurdwara, improvement of school buildings, Panchayat Office, tube wells, toilets, residential buildings, cultivation and control of Panchayat land and completion of methane gas project among other work. He was a true GurSikh, he never drank liquor or consumed any drugs, helped the poor as well as his community, driven his bicycle till old age, never asked for a cup of tea as a bribe from anybody, and did not charge any fee or demanded money or favors in return of his services to the community. He had the guts to speak the truth. I have seen him closely and worked on his many projects with my own hands and thus he has earned the respect of many. He was a great role model.

M. S. Gill, P. E. - USA (guest) wrote 29 Feb, 2012  Hambran – A Health Perspective and Environmental Awareness Initiative: Purpose: Create awareness of “health risks” and environment due to “release of contaminants” from agriculture land, shops, homes, stores, and industrial facilities at Hambran. The village continues making remarkable progress and the life style is changing at a faster speed with modernization, use of the state-of-the art technology, and the existing facilities created by great efforts of the village leaders, as well as the sacrifice of many hard working individuals. Overall progress and economic benefits are realized from the high appreciation rate or equity gained from the assets, improved market conditions, and efficiencies gained in the agriculture, and industrial growth, proper use of Panchayat resources, and creation of commercial facilities such as banks, shops, hospitals, and a power station, market with proper infrastructure. Efforts of all good leaders and cooperation of the community members deserve a big appreciation and congratulations for the success of this village. However, significant efforts are yet required for the remaining work to make Hambran a world class ”model village” with complete peace, harmony, justice, happiness and liberty for the life and properties for all to enjoy. In this context, for example, the obvious environmental and public health problems need to be addressed with effective measures for the desired end results in the best interest of the current population and the future generations to come. The roles and responsibilities of all polluters must be determined for the desired preventive measures and remedial actions must be undertaken with proper planning and execution. The village Sarpanch, local/district, state, and national leaders should be involved for a favorable response. All individuals currently living in the village as well as subject matter experts (legal, technical, and financial) including teachers (from Primary School to the University), engineers, physicians, soil scientists, hydrologist, geologist, chemists, toxicologist, environmentalists, businessmen, leaders, politicians, economists, bankers, attorneys/judges, and religious preachers, and all other stakeholders or interested parties with ambition and motivation are requested to help alleviate the existing or anticipated health problems due to the depleting natural resources including water, soil, and air. The community should learn important lessons from the city of Ludhiana in adopting suitable preventive measures to control leakage of hazardous materials impacting the public health and environment. As we know, “prevention is better than cure”, thus avoiding leakage by controlling the chemicals is less expensive than the environmental restoration of the contaminated sites. Considerable information regarding the environmental restoration initiatives and associated technology is widely available to understand the nature and extent of the associated health problems and thus it is logical and reasonable to emphasize implementation of effective corrective measures earlier rather than later to help avoid unbearable financial burden and suffering of the next generations. Recommendations: 1. Educate the community for their awareness in health, safety, and environment 2. Create inventory of all hazardous materials used, stored, and waste disposal techniques by industries and others to adopt preventive measures for clean air, land and water resources 3. Panchayat and District authorities enforce rules with policy that “polluter pays” 4. Find substitute and safe materials to replace the hazardous materials, as may be possible. Note: This article is published in respect and honor of all good and loving people who dedicated their lives in the honest service of others, before self.

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Population per 2001 Census                                              Total: 3811  


Area of Village (in hectares)                                              Total: 1177  


Education                                                                             Govt. Senior secondary School


Medical Facilities                                                                 Sarkari Hospital and Pahwa Hospital


Water                                                                                     By Big Tank


Postal and Communication Facilities                               Postal Code 141110, Bharti Telecomunication


Transport Facilities                                                            Bus, Mini Bus and tempo and Taxi  


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                                                                                          Bank Of India (BOI) HAMBRAN 006522 VILLAGE & POST                                                                                                           HAMBRAN, LUDHIANA, PUNJAB - 141110.

                                                                         Phone: 0161-2871234, email: Hambran.Ludhiana@bankofindia.co.in

                                                                                              

                                                                                                   ALLAHABAD BANK

                                                                                      Address: HAMBRAN,LUDHIANA,PUNJAB

                                                                                      State: PUNJAB,Contact: ,0161-2871101

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