NEWS: India
two Siamese brothers get their first job as well as two salaries.

Life has not been kind to Sohna and Mohna Singh. Aban­doned at birth by their par­ents, the Siamese broth­ers in the city of Amrit­sar feared they would nev­er be able to work. But they have just been hired as elec­tri­cians in the ser­vice of the state. A “dream job” for them, espe­cial­ly since they will earn two salaries.

The Pun­jab State Pow­er Cor­po­ra­tion Lim­it­ed has offered them a job as elec­tri­cians, for which they will receive a month­ly salary of 10,000 Indi­an rupees, or near­ly 120 euros. “We are grate­ful to the gov­ern­ment of the Pun­jab for appre­ci­at­ing our tal­ent,” the twins said after being hired.

Teach­ers at the shel­ter where they grew up, after being aban­doned by their par­ents when they were only two months old, say they were inter­est­ed in repair­ing elec­tri­cal appli­ances from a young age.
When they were born in 2003, doc­tors estab­lished that Sohna and Mohna had two hearts, two pairs of arms, kid­neys and a spinal cord, but only one liv­er, one gall­blad­der, one spleen, and one pair of legs.

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