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Indian-origin Long Island couple organises welfare initiatives in Punjab

The initiatives were made in honor of their father, Chaman Lal Bhalla's, legacy of social work and charity.

Om Parkash Soni, Former Deputy Chief Minister of Punjab, with Satish Bhalla delivering groceries to needy persons. Images - Supplied.

An Indian-origin couple based in Long Island USA, who originally hail from Amritsar, Punjab gave back to their roots by organizing eye care camps and food donation drives in the Indian city.

To mark the 50th anniversary of their father's passing, Varinder and Ratna Bhalla extended support to the people of Amritsar by organising a free eye care camp for a checkup and eyeglasses.

A former Commissioner of Nassau County, Varinder was inspired by his wife Ratna, who served as the Deputy Commissioner to pay tribute to his father's legacy by giving back to the community.

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