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Japgobind Singh, nephew of farmer leader Hardyal Singh Buttar, became a solo pilot in Canada, achieved the position at the age of 16.

  Bhogpur: The Sikh community traveled to different areas in the country and abroad, while Canadian citizen Amritdhari Japgobind, the son of Gurlal Singh Buttar and his wife Rajinder Kaur Buttar, who flew abroad about 20 years ago, from the land of Buttar village of Block Bhogpur in Jalandhar district. Singh has made the Sikh community proud by becoming a solo pilot at the age of 16 by becoming a solo pilot at the age of 16 years by becoming a Canadian pilot at the youngest age. In this regard, Japgobind Singh's family members Hardyal Singh Buttar and Charanjit Kaur Buttar (uncle and aunt) living in Buttar village informed that even though Japgobind Singh is old enough to get a car driving license in Ontario, Transport Canada has given him a license. The license to fly has been issued. With which the dream of Japgobind Singh has not only been fulfilled, but the youth has also been given guidance and the guru of succeeding in life by putting one's ability in the right direction after working hard. Japgobind Singh has achieved this success after many years of hard work.