The children living in the slum were deprived of education after school education went online amid the Corona epidemic, but now their education has been taken up by Thanh Singh, a Delhi Police constable.
In the Sai temple located in the parking lot of Red Fort, the soldier has started a school for poor and helpless children again. Earlier, he used to give free education to children. Due to the lockdown, the education of these children was left incomplete.
Thanh Singh, originally from Alwar (Rajasthan), currently lives in Dwarka. He is posted as a constable in the Kotwali police station in North Delhi. Before the lockdown, children of poor families were given free education. He had been waiting for a long time to complete his studies due to a corona infection.
Because of the unlock, children's education was resumed in the Corona era, but it was made online. Those children who did not have mobiles were deprived of education amid online arrangements. Seeing the suffering of such children, the soldier has started teaching children after being discharged from duty following the rules of Kovid-19.
His school teaches 30 to 35 children every day. He told me that he has been teaching for about 10 years. Their aim is to educate society. At the same time, he also aims to make children sanskaras.