| Petaling Jaya, Malaysia | 21 July 2016 | Asia Samachar |
UK-based Khalsa Aid founder/CEO Ravinder Singh and his wife Bal Kaur Sandhu will be honoured at an evening gurdwara funtion in Petaling Jaya on 15 Aug 2016 (Monday).
The event, organised by the Coalition of Malaysian Sikh Organisations (CMSO) and Gurdwara Sahib Petaling Jaya (GSPJ), is in ‘recognition and appreciation of the selfless work of Khalsa Aid globally’, said CMSO secretary general Autar Singh.
The pogramme will include Rehraas, kirtan, a presentation by Ravi Singh on Khalsa Aid, presentation of siropa and a cheque to Khalsa Aid by the Coalition.
“The Sanggat is cordially invited to attend this programme and meet them personally,” said Autar in a message shared via the social media.
Last year, CMSO forged a tie-up with Khalsa Aid to channel aid to the earthquake victims in the aftermath of an earthquake in Nepal.
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