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Congratulations, new example. For Punjabis, marriage costs only Rs. 320. See full details

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Student leaders have made a fresh start in life by getting married without having to spend a fortune on other names and without having to perform any social, religious or legal rituals. The top leaders of the Punjab Students Union have set a new precedent by spending only Rs.

Punjab Student Union President Ranbir Singh Randhawa and Vice President Hardeep Kaur Kotla have chosen each other as their companions. Ranbir was born in village Kurar in Barnala district and is presently a resident of Nurpur Bedi in Rupnagar district and Hardeep Kaur hails from Kotle village in Moga district. Ranbir passed his MA in Punjabi from Rupnagar College and is now pursuing his MA in Political Science.

Hardeep Kaur has a double MA and is preparing for her third master’s degree. She was deeply moved by the Ghadarite conflict, which is probably why she chose not to live with her entire family in Canada and to make a living here. Both became active as students and reached the top positions of the organization.

Ranbir said they worked together for the union but never thought about marriage. Other members of the party suggested getting married a year ago and then the exchange of ideas became a reason to live together. Ranbir said that both of them got married not because of any crisis but of their own free will.

Some other party leaders joined as Mahi Mann and both spent only Rs 320 on laddu and two necklaces. Don’t assume that working together in the organization will blind the eyes of both. There is no such thing.

In fact, this couple, who have become a source of inspiration for the society and the youth, has been playing a leading role in the struggles of students and youth for the last many years, influenced by the lives and struggles of patriots and Ghadr leaders. Ranbir was born in the village of Ghur (Barnala) and is currently residing at Nurpur Bedi, a town in Rupnagar district. He is an MA in Political Science from Khalsa College, Sri Anandpur Sahib.

Congratulations, new example. For Punjabis, marriage costs only Rs. 320. See full details

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