Serendah barfi owner Mender Singh missing after leaving bank in Rawang

His family is involved in barfi business as well as running the Serendah gurdwara

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| Serendah, Malaysia | 19 Sept 2017 | Asia Samachar |

Mender Singh: Serendah Barfi

UPDATE (5.45pm; 19 Sept): Mender Singh has been found. He is well, and is now with his family.

Mender Singh, the man linked to the famous Malaysian barfi from Serendah, has been reported missing after visiting the bank in Rawang, Selangor, today (19 Sept 2017).

“He went to then Maybank in Rawang this morning. He has been missing since,” his daughter Bansi Kaur Sidhu told Asia Samachar.

Mender and his family are also involved in running of Gurdwara Sahib Serendah.

He was driving a Toyota Innova with a resigtration number WWB5513.

The family can be contacted via Bansi (019 210 6056) or her husband Kaldip Singh (019 231 0008).

UPDATE (20 SEPT 2017): THANK YOU MESSAGE. Dear Relatives and Friends. Thank you very much for all the help, prayers and comforting messages during our time of need yesterday when our father went missing. We are grateful and thankful that with Guru ji’ s Blessings he was located safe and sound with your help. From Mender Singh’s family. (Asia Samachar is sharing this message as requested directly by the family)

 

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