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SAD honours prominent Sikh personalities
2/10/2019 10:11:23 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Feb 10: Shromani Akali Dal (B) honoured prominent Sikh personalities of the state who got recognition at national level and newly elected corporators of Jammu Municipal Corporation.
A function was organized at Jammu club in which Daleep Singh (IAS) was the chief guest and S. Surjit Singh was guest of honour. While addressing the gathering, spokes person of Shiromani Akali Dal said our cherished dream to vote for Sikhs without any consideration from whichever party/independent Sikh candidates has born fruits. This way minority community can be well represented in all forums. S. Charanjeet Singh Khalsa MLC who is representing Sikh community in state government and is looking after the welfare of the Sikh community in the whole state, Baldev Singh M.D Peaks group of industries who have reached new heights and he is among the top 50 business personalities of India and his name is recorded in Limca Book of Records were felicitated. The corporators who were felicitated include Sardarni Charanjeet Kour Sanghari corporator ward no 27, Sucha Singh (DC) corporator ward no 31,
Inder Singh Sudan, Inderjeet Kour Randhawa, Gurmeet Kour Randhawa, Prof. Dr. Yudhvir Singh, Tirth Kour. A large no of Sikh personalities from all walks of life participated in function. Mohinder Singh Jathedar President Shiromani Akali Dal (B) presented vote of thanks to all the participants who made this function a success.
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