By Saranjeet Kaur
Selayang Sikhs organised a Sikh camp for their youth last week which included a campfire and a talk by a police officer on bullying and gangsterism.
Inspector Malvinder Singh from the Malaysian police force gave some insight on the state of gave bullying and gangterism in schools and beyond.
Senior law lecture Dr Daleleer Kaur and SNSM Jathedar Dr Jasbir Singh gave a talk on ‘Conversion & Domestic’.
In other sessions, Serjit Singh (Sanjay) conducted an inspirational session and Tarlochan Singh (Chan) conducted a team building session.
The camp also included indoor telematches, amazing race style event, outdoor games, jungle trekking, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) demonstration session.
The mini samelan, as the camps are referrwed to, was held between Sept 15-17 at Khalsa Land in Kuala Kubu Bharu, the campsite of Sikh Naujawan Sabha Malaysia (SNSM).
[Saranjeet Kaur is the secretary of the Gurdwara Sahib Selayang Baru management committee. Selayang, a township just in the state of Selangor, is about half an hour’s drive from the city centre of Kuala Lumpur, when the traffic is clear]
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