Jasdip Singh Jesse, the chairman of Sikhs of America, hosted a ceremony at the Center for Social Change in Maryland, where he formally introduced Mr. Manjit Singh G.K., a prominent Sikh politician and former president of the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (DSGMC).
The event was attended by many presidents and other community authorities, notable citizens, and dignitaries from the District of Columbia. Nevertheless, the concerns of the Sikh community were widely discussed in the media during this period. In this extensive article, the challenges that Sikhs confront in different parts of the world are dissected in detail. During the address, the Chairman of Sikhs of America, Jasdip Singh Jesse, stated that he had informed the visiting dignitaries that the whole community had discussed the release of the captive Singhs and the severe problems facing Sikhs in India, especially in Punjab, and that such issues should be discussed in the future with Sikhs of America.
The chairman, Jasdip Singh Jesse, has committed to providing his unwavering backing to further the political careers of up-and-coming young politicians such as Manjit Singh G.K. I am grateful to you in all seriousness for the assistance. He lauded Santokh Singh’s dedication to the Sikh community. He pledged Manjit Singh GK that the Sikh community in the United States would back his efforts to advocate for Sikh issues in India. He said that the Sikh community in the United States would support Manjit Singh GK.
To express their appreciation and respect for Mr. Manjit Singh G.K., the directors of Sikhs of America, including Baljinder Singh Shammi, Sukhpal Singh Dhanoa, and Kamaljit Singh Soni, gave him a sword along with a Certificate of Honor. Sardar Sukhpal Singh Dhanoa, a well-known Sikh journalist and TV broadcaster, served as the event’s master of ceremonies.
Manjit Singh GK praised the Sikhs of America for the magnificent event, saying that the Sikh community is going through a difficult time and that the Sikhs’ problems must be handled via open dialogue. He lauded the organizers, the Sikhs of America, and the attendees for their efforts in bringing the community together.
Attendees included: Satpal Singh Brar, Jarnail Singh Titu, Joginder Singh Samra, Tarlochan Singh, Davinder Singh, Chatar Singh, Harbir Batra, Prabhjot Batra, Raj Saini, Mrs. Raj Saini, Dilveer Singh, Ratan Singh, Jaswant Dhaliwal, Charanjit Dhaliwal Sarpanch, Master Dharmapal Singh, Chanchal Dhaliwal, Karamjit Singh, Raja Singh, Baljit Singh Balli, Sarabjit Singh, Sarabjit Dhillon, Sunny Malli, Surinder Singh Babbu, Sukhwinder Singh Ghoga, Varinder Singh (Amazing TV), Sarmukh Singh Manku, Inderjit Singh Gujral, Bhogal Singh, Jaymod Nibber, Sr. Pritpal Singh Lucky, Gurmukh Singh, Jaswinder Singh Royal Taj, Harjit Singh Chandok.