Insp Revinder Singh Gill (1982-2016), Taiping

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Path Da Bhog: 24/7/16, Sun (10am-12pm) at Gurdwara Sahib Taiping | Malaysia

Insp Revinder Singh Gill (1982-2016), Taiping
Insp Revinder Singh Gill (1982-2016), Taiping

Insp Revinder Singh Gill s/o Gian Singh Gill

Date of birth: 3 March 1982

Deceased: 6 July 2016

Father: Gian Singh Gill

Mother: Jiswan Kaur Gill

Path Da Blog: 24/7/16, Sunday (10am-12pm) at Gurdwara Sahib Taiping, Perak

Contact: 012.4485839, 012.5775389, 012.7192377

Message from family: We wish to express our deepest appreciation and thanks to Battalion 14 Tawau Sabah, PDRM, all friends and relatives for their invaluable assistance, support, kind attendance and prayers during our recent bereavement.

 

Asia Samachar | Entry: 23 July 2016, 10:40 |

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1 COMMENT

  1. My condolences to the family.
    I observe that there is no mention of any wife or children but only father and mother. In this case no one may be eligible for his pension or other continuing benefits. In such cases the families may not be aware that there are still some financial benefits which the relatives can claim from Government. The immediate benefit is an
    One time payment of RM3,000.00 for FUNERAL EXPENSES which needs only the death certificate. If he is member of other organizations such as any Co-Operative or Police Welfare then the family may be entitled to claim some. Another one could be EPF.
    It is suggested that some one in the family make inquiries from JPA-EPF-Police to ascertain the financial benefits to which the family may be entitled.
    Above comments will also apply to others as applicable. In such times it may be insensitive to talk about money but life must go on and that needs money.

    MAY RAVINDER’S SOUL REST WITH WAHE GURU AND THE FAMILY HAVE THE COURAGE TO ACCEPT WAHE GURU JI’s WILL.

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