By Asia Samachar Team | MALAYSIA |
Amrick Singh, the long-standing chief of the Subang Sikh Association Subang (SSAS) until he resigned in December 2018, and his team made a clean sweep of a keenly contested elections today (4 May 2019).
Amrick and his team secured between 132 and 150 votes each from the 256 members who turned up to vote for SSAS management commitee which manages the one-year old Subang gurdwara.
The alternate team was led by Awtar Singh Gill, another SSAS veteran sewadar.
“Let us move forward together,” Amrick told the house immediately after the results were announced by Amar Singh, the retired Malaysia police commissioner.
“We are the servants of the community,” he added.
On his part, Amar said: “Be the cohesive voice rather than a divisive entity. Bind everyone together. The purpose of standing for elections is to do Guru Ji’s work.”
The top 13 elected members will decide among themselves their respective roles.
UPDATE: The lineup, as shared online by Autar Singh who chaired the meeting of the 13 elected SSAS exco members to define the committee roles: President – Amrick Singh, VP 1 – Amanjeet Singh, VP 2 – Bhajan Kaur, VP 3 – Darshan Kaur, Hon Sec – Ranthir Kaur, Asst Sec – Jasbir Kaur, Treasurer – Kulwant Kaur, Asst Treasurer – Tervander Singh; Committee Members: 1. Balvinder Singh 2. Harjinder Kaur 3. Jugindar Kaur 4. Preton Singh 5. Amarjit Singh
Subang gurdwara built for RM4.8m, no cost overrun (Asia Samachar, 21 April 2018)
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