Caretaker minister Johari visits Kuala Lumpur gurdwara

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Johari (right) talking to a group of ladies, accompanied by (L-R) Wadda Gurdwara Sahib Kampung Pandan committee president Jasbir Singh (second from right) – Photo: Asia Samachar

Johari Abdul Ghani, the local Member of Parliament and caretaker Finance Minister II, dropped into a function at a local gurdwara in Kuala Lumpur, just days before impending national General Elections. The Titiwangsa MP joined the Sikh community at the Wadda Gurdwara Sahib Kampung Pandan (WGSKP) today (6 May 2018).

Malaysians will be going to the polls on Wednesday for a keenly contested elections at the Federal level and all states except for Sarawak.

 

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Anyone can visit Gurdwara Sahib no one is restricted on their cast, religion or race according to Sikhism.

  2. COMMENTS AT THE ASIA SAMACHAR FACEBOOK PAGE:

    Gurcharan Singh: Anybody can visit a Gurduara.But a Gurduara is not a place to canvass for votes, or political speeches. He dropped in, advice him of the protocol,and show him what a Gurduara is abt

    Bob Singh: Gurdwara should not be used as a political platform and those in the committee should not condone such practice

    Jas Singh: It’s ok to welcome the minister to the Gurdwara as it shows he respects the community too.

    Sukhdew Singh: Well..nobody should b stopped fr visiting a gurdwara but…the committee should advise….

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