Punjab meeting pays homage to Moosewala, others
CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Friday, led the Vidhan Sabha, in paying tribute to eminent personalities, freedom fighters, political personalities and famous Punjab singer Sidhu Moosewala, all who had handed away because the final session of the Meeting.
On the primary day of Funds session, the Home paid respects to former ministers Hardipinder Singh Badal and Jathedar Tota Singh, moreover formers MLAs — Sukhdev Singh Sukhladhi and Shingara Ram Sahungra.
The Home additionally paid tribute to freedom fighters Tara Singh, Swarn Singh, Crora Singh and Sukhraj Singh Sandhawalia, who performed a pivotal position in emancipating the nation from the clutches of British imperialism.
In the meantime, the Home additionally paid homage to mountaineer and Arjun awardee Gurcharan Singh Bhangu, who was bestowed this prestigious award in 1965 for climbing the Mount Everest, and athlete Hari Chand, additionally an Arjun awardee, who introduced laurels to the nation in area of athletics.
The Home additionally paid tributes to the well-known Punjabi Singer Shubhdeep Singh Sidhu, alias Sidhu Moosewala, who had carved a distinct segment for himself within the huge area of music and leisure.
The legislative meeting additionally paid homage to eminent Sikh persona Principal Surinder Singh.
A two-minute silence was noticed within the reminiscence of departed souls as a mark of respect in the course of the obituary references.