A delegation of Sikh Americans has told visiting Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman that the separate Khalistani movement has weakened due to the steps taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the interest of the Sikh community.Jasdeep (Jassi) Singh and Kanwaljit Singh The delegation led by them honored Sitharaman by presenting them with traditional Saropa, mementos and a bouquet of flowers.
Complimenting the Modi government for implementing several demands of the Sikh community in the last nine years, Jassi Singh also said that the Khalistani movement in the US has weakened due to these steps of the Prime Minister. Released in media after meeting with Sitharaman In a statement, a delegation of Sikh Americans told visiting Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman that the separate Khalistani movement has weakened due to the steps taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the interest of the Sikh community.Jasdeep (Jassi) Singh and Kanwaljit The delegation, led by Singh, felicitated Sitharaman by presenting her with a traditional saropa, memento and a bouquet of flowers.
The delegation said that Sikhs are nationalists and stand with a united India and all issues related to Sikhs will be resolved within the framework of India’s constitution and constitution. The statement said that they asked the Finance Minister to discuss the heavy losses suffered by Punjab during the insurgency. Requested to waive off the loan and demanded to declare Punjab as an enterprise zone where investments can be made in industries so that the youth of Punjab can have a better future. National President of ‘Overseas Friends of BJP Team’ led by A Prasad. During a meeting with a delegation, Sitharaman explained how the Modi government has transformed India and taken it on the path of progress. The Finance Minister said that in order to maintain this steady growth and fulfill Modi’s dream of India’s ‘Amrit Kaal’, it is necessary for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Modi to win an absolute majority in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
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