PM Modi says, 'Humbled by kind words from Sikh community about efforts of Centre'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that he was humbled by the kind words from the distinguished members of the Sikh community on various efforts of Centre.

PM Modi says, Humbled by kind words from Sikh community about efforts of Centre
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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that he was humbled by the kind words from the distinguished members of the Sikh community on various efforts of Centre.


Earlier today, Prime Minister Modi hosted prominent Sikhs from across the country at his residence in the national capital ahead of the Punjab Assembly elections slated for February 20 (Sunday).


"I was humbled by the kind words from the distinguished members of the Sikh community on various efforts of the Central Government. I consider it my honour that the respected Sikh Gurus have taken Seva from me and their blessings have enabled me to work for society," tweeted the Prime Minister.




In a video shared by the Prime Minister's Office (PMO), the Prime Minister can be seen interacting with people from Sikh community, who also gave "Kirpaan" to him.


Some prominent Sikhs who were hosted by PM Modi were--Harmeet Singh Kalka, President, Delhi Gurudwara Committee; Padma Sri Baba Balbir Singh Ji Sichewal (Sultanpur Lodhi); Mahant Karamjit Singh, President Sewapanthi, Yamuna Nagar; Baba Joga Singh, Dera Baba Jang Singh (Nanaksar) Karnal; Sant Baba Mejor Singh Waa, Mukhi Dera Baba Tara Singh Waa, Amritsar; Jathedar Baba Sahib Singh, Kar Sewa Anandpur Sahib; Surinder Singh Namdhari Darbar (Bheni Sahib); Baba Jassa Singh Shiromani Akali Budha Dal, Panjwa Takht; Dr Harbhajan Singh, Damdami Taksal, Chowk Mehta and Singh Sahib Giani Ranjit Singh, Jathedar Takht Sri Patna Sahi.


Voting for the Assembly election in Punjab will take place on February 20 (Sunday), while the counting of votes will take place on March 10. (ANI)


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