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Siddi Nath Singh : A ‘Rose’ amongst the ‘Thorns’ of RSS

Hafua: In contradiction to the actual face of RSS, this leader proves himself worthy of being called “Real Leader” who changed the dark destiny of a Muslim village.

Siddi Nath Singh affiliated to Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangha (RSS) party who is a regional head of Bihar and Jharkand and also a chairperson of a social development wing states “Boys of Hafua are naturally gifted with talent. They can solve any kind of problem. I have only guided them towards the right direction.”

68 years old Nath Singh, while his visit to a village came across some parents who were worried about the fortune of their children. It was then that he decided to change the fortune of the very known Muslim dominated village of Jharkand-“Hafua”.

Since then Nath Singh Sir dedicated his selfless service for guiding the criminal youth of Hafua, who then turned up to be successfully-guided, firm and educated teenagers.

Hafua has a population of approximately 1000 people where children didn’t went to schools and elders didn’t work at fields even after having lands in their names. Awestruck on this condition of Muslims, Nath Singh has been providing free skills training to the youth of Hafua. The then illiterates of this village are now educated gentlemen earning handsome salaries in India as well as Gulf.

Some of the details of youth’s who got successfully established in their career’s under Nath Singh’s firm:

38 years old Afzal Ali who got trained as a welder at Siddi Singh’s firm now works in Gujarat for Adani Group with a salary of Rs. 15,000 per month.

Taslim Ansari works with Hindalco as a fitter.

Janisar Ansari , a studying in 10th class at Saraswati Vidaya Mandir mentions “ Singh is like a divine help for me. I want to crack IIT and become the first engineer from my village and Nath Singh Sir is financially helping me in all my expenses”

“Singh Sir is a paragon , and his actions contradict the view of people who think that the country has outgrown to be intolerant” says Lal Mohammed Ansari whose five son’s have been trained in Nath’s firm .

Zubair Ahmed who is working in Nath’s firm from the last 12 years speaks “We are now living with dignity and pride alike edcucated people as no crimes have been recorded from the last 10 years in this village” , and many such youngsters were successfully established in their careers.

“I met the youth and saw the spark in their eyes. They were only in need of some proper guidance. So, I invited them to my engineering firm and trained them. Soon they were repairing heavy machines with ease,” were the golden words by Siddi Nath Singh while addressing a fresh batch of boys from this village at his firm.