PunjabVideo of Sangrur farmer who relocated without demolishing his Punjabi dream home

Video of Sangrur farmer who relocated without demolishing his Punjabi dream home

As his dream home in Punjab collapses, a farmer is moving the house 500 feet away.

Punjab: Sukhwinder Singh Suki is a resident of Roshanwala village in Sangrur, Punjab. He had built his dream house at a cost of one and a half crore rupees. In this case, his dream house on the newly constructed Delhi-Amritsar-Kadra highway has also been demolished.

Due to this, the government has promised to compensate him. However, Sukhwinder, unwilling to lose his dream home, planned to move his house 500 feet away.

Accordingly, with the help of 20 employees, using modern technology, he is trying to uproot and relocate the storied house.

So far the house has been moved to a distance of 250 feet and the work of moving the house to the remaining distance of 250 feet is in full swing.

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