In 1999, to achieve the goals of Gur Aasra Trust, a charitable organization was established at Palsora, the land of martyrs. Till now this organization has helped a lot of people and still working.
Reason To Form Trust
Pritam Singh, a landlord from village Palsora residing in sector-55, Chandigarh had no child. In his last days of life, he was severely ill, doleful and grieve stricken. So before dying he decided to donate his all property to Guru Granth Sahib and advised them to use his land only for the charitable purpose, especially for needy, orphan and deprived children.
Dildar Singh a son of the well-renowned army officer from district Hoshiarpur took shelter in his deprived days. He was suffering from the terrible disease. His younger grandson Adarsh Kanwar Singh was suffering from the alarming stage of cancer. They both get treated themselves in Gurughar. Both grandfather and his grandson did efforts to fulfill Pritam Singh’s last wish. Shri Dildar Singh Dhami, his daughter in law including few more people stepped up to open the charitable trust to get it registered. He himself became the chairman of that trust also advised to his family members, friends that after his death his son (Kanwar Singh) will be the chairman of that trust.
Due to suffering from critical illness, he kicks the bucket on 2nd October, 1998 and according to his will Bhai Kanwar Singh declared as the pattern chairman of this trust.
On 2nd April, 2004 son of Bhai Kanwar Singh Dhami’s son died at his youngest age, as he was unable to endure his illness anymore.