Sukhwinder Singh Bindra comes to aid of gym trainer's family who committed suicide
Provides financial support and assures free education to victim's kid
Chandigarh/Ludhiana: Extending a helping hand to the family of a young fitness trainer Barinder Kohli (38) who had passed away recently, Punjab Youth Development Board (PYDB) Chairman Sukhwinder Singh Bindra on Tuesday assured fulsome support to his family and said that he would take up the matter of providing job to one of his family member at the earliest.
Providing financial support of Rs 25000 at victim's house, Bindra said that he would write to Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh to provide more financial aid and free education to the trainer's 7-year-old son in this regard.
He added that he has taken up the matter of opening gyms soon with Covid situation is getting normal with Chief Minister so that gym owners/trainers can support their families.
Singh added that the Punjab government is leaving no stone unturned to make Punjab a hub of sports in the country and gyms play a pivotal role in this direction.
He said that every effort is being made to ensure the holistic development of youths.
He told that the youth are blessed with special qualities and one of them is that they develop a team spirit during the game, which can help them to excel in their lives.