Er. Jaswant Singh Gill of Amritsar (Punjab, India) has been included in world records for 'Largest Coal Mine Rescue operation’ which saved 65 persons trapped in the Mahabir mine of Raniganj area in West Bengal, India on 16 November 1989 by World Book of Records, London. This was informed by Shri Santosh Shukla, Supreme Court Advocate
He has been bestowed with the certificate of record by the official of World Book of Records including Prof. Dr. Rajeev Sharma, Smt. Pushapanjali Sharma, Ms Vagisha Sharma, Smt Mini Kohli (Coordinator, Barkat Welfare Society) and Shri Randeep Singh Kokli (President, World Book of Records Punjab, India). On this occasion, Shri Surinder Singh Gandhi (Chief, Hotel Association), Shri Davinder Singh (CA Rotary Club), Shri Nirdosh Gill, Shri SS Virdi and Dr. Hardas Sandhu were specially present.
World Book of Records (WBR), London UK is England based organization as well as in India, that has lately been associated with Alma (India). Alma has been espousing the very cause of education and philanthropic activities across the nation and abroad since last 18 years. Under the distinguished category of WBR London, UK, specific places, temples, forts, natural landscapes, tunnels, individuals and organizations that worked unique and contain historic, economic, social and cultural impact among people and a country are to be listed.
On being bestowed the certification by World Book of Records, London UK, Er. Jaswant Singh Gill was congratulated by Shri Virendra Sharma (Member of British Parliament), Dr Diwakar Sukul (Chairman of World Book of Record London) Shri Santosh Shukla; Advocate (President, World Book of Records) and Shri Randeep Singh Kokli, (President, World Book of Records Punjab, India)