The government of Pakistan will honor two Sikhs from the Sikh community with national honors
LAHORE: The government of Pakistan is going to honor two Sikhs in the Sikh community living there by giving their national honors. Ambassador of Sri Darbar Sahib Sri Kartarpur Sahib and M.N.A. Ramesh Singh Arora Sitara-i-Imtiaz and It has been decided to award a member of Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee Dr. Mimpal Singh Tamgha-i-Imtiaz.
According to the information received, Ramesh Singh Arora is the first Sikh from Pakistan to get Sitara-i-Imtiaz. Dr. Mimpal Singh is the second Sikh to receive the Tamgha-i-Imtiaz. Earlier, this honor was given to the first president of Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee, Baba Sham Singh. Talking to 'The PSS News desk', Ramesh Singh Arora said that this honor will be given during an official function on March 23. Dr. Mimpal Singh is the first Sikh doctor in Pakistan and has expertise in treating children.
On receiving this honor to Ramesh Singh Arora and Dr. Mimpal Singh, Sardar Bhupinder Singh (Sadhu Ji), Director (Diaspora) Dyal Singh Research & Cultural Forum has said that wherever a Sikh lives in the world, he achieves his distinguished position through his hard work. Congratulating the two leaders, he said that this will create enthusiasm in the minds of the rest of the Sikhs. He said that of course, the number of Sikhs in Pakistan is very small. Despite this, honoring these Sikh heroes is a historic decision of the Pakistani government.
On this occasion, the President of Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee Amir Singh, Sardar Gopal Singh Chawla Chairman of Punjabi Sikh Sangat, Vikas Singh (General Secretary) PSGPC, former President Bishan Singh, Tara Singh, Satwant Singh, Kalyan Singh (Assistant Professor), Patron-in-chief of Pakistan Sikh Council Sardar Ramesh Singh Khalsa, S. Madan Singh (lecturer), Nirvair Khalsa Gatka Dal, Nankana Sahib and Various religious political and social organizations have welcomed it.