| Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | 13 April 2016 | Asia Samachar
The new commandant of the Kuala Lumpur Police Training Centre (Pulapol) yesterday visited a gurdwara located within its compound at Jalan Semarak yesterday for a Vaisakhi celebration.
SAC Samsudin Mat, who took over the command of the training centre effective 10 January 2017, and his team also had partaken vegetarian food, called Guru Ka Langgar, prepared by volunteers of the Sikh place of worship.
Kuala Lumpur chief police officer Commissioner Amar Singh was at hand to explain the on-goings at Gurdwara Sahib Pulapol, as the place of worship is called. Pulapol is short for Pusat Latihan Polis.
“Everyone is welcome to come to the gurdwara at anytime,” Amar told the Pulapol officers who turned up for the visit.
The group then had Guru Ka Langgar.
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