Man with two heads gets govt job in Punjab, check out how much they will earn

Sohna and Mohana are twin brothers from Punjab. Their lower bodies are joined together. Both of them have been given jobs in the Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL). They will work as regular T-Mate (Maintenance Staff) near the dental college. They were given an appointment letter on December 11, 2021. They will receive a monthly salary of 20,000 rupees.

Sohna and Mohana were born on June 14, 2003, at Sucheta Kriplani Hospital in New Delhi. Later, they were transferred to AIIMS. Due to poverty, their parents abandoned them after their birth.

The doctors then contacted the Pingalwara Charitable Society, and on Independence Day in 2003, they were given a home along with other newborns. As there was a risk to one of their lives, the doctors decided not to separate them. Now that they have found jobs, they will be able to support themselves.

According to the information, both of them completed their electrical diploma in July 2021 and applied for the position of Junior Engineer in the company. It’s worth noting that they have two hearts, two pairs of kidneys, two pairs of hands, and a backbone, but only one liver, gallbladder, spleen, and pair of legs. Sohna and Mohana have obtained a government job in Punjab State Power through the Punjab government.

They are very happy about getting the job and expressed gratitude towards the Punjab government. Sohna said, “We will work hard with honesty and dedication.” Meanwhile, Mohana said, “We are very thankful to Pingalwara institution for supporting us, educating us, and helping us become self-reliant.” Indrajit Kaur, the Chairperson of All India Pingalwara Charitable Society, said, “It is a matter of great pride for all of us that Sohna and Mohana have joined government service.”

The journey of Sohna and Mohana is evidence of their determination and resilience. Despite suffering challenges, they overcame barriers and now have the opportunity to make contributions to society. We are all motivated by their story to value diversity and the strength of the human spirit.

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