I was tending to a social occasion of dynamic ranchers and business people at Kaura Farm in Ayali Kalan town, Dr. Joseph I Castro, leader of the University of California, Fresno, said Punjabis were contributing to advancing Californian agriculture.
Bad habit executive of the University of California Sol Jimenez Sandoval communicated that he was enthused about visiting Punjab, which had sent committed, persistent, and dedicated ranchers to the US, who were good examples for the neighborhood ranchers.
Respecting the assignment, Prof Gurbhajan Gill, leader of the Lok Virasat Akademi, Punjab, who had been some time ago connected with the Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, said about a century prior, the visionary boss priest Partap Singh Kairon, Comrade Achhar Singh Chhina, and some other youth in the wake of getting educational introduction from the University of Berkley thought of making Punjab dynamic in agriculture.
Raja Boparai, hailing from tribal town Chatha (Gurdaspur) and a rancher in Uttar Pradesh, before relocating to the US, clarified how the Punjabi diaspora ranchers functioned for the welfare of the present Punjabi ranchers.
The social occasion praised and expressed gratitude toward president Joseph Castro for marking MoU with Punjab Agricultural University. It was mooted to report the commitment of Charanjit Singh Baath, who is known as the King of Raisons in the US. Prof Gurbhajan Gill was approached to take up the assignment. Garry Chahal said his family went to the US in 1921 and through difficult work and commitment, worked for the farming improvement there.
Charanjit Baath communicated that he was pleased with being a Punjabi and said he could achieve excellent accomplishment as a Raison maker in the US because of his difficult work and solidarity of his family.
Pirthipal Singh Hayer and Sandip Sharma (both police directors), Harvinder Singh Sandhu, Harinder Singh Sandhu, and senior town organizer, Sangrur, Rakesh Dhir were likewise present. Jaidev Kaura Babbi proposed his statement of gratitude to all members.