After ‘akhand path’ for PM Modi’s lengthy life, Sikh gurdwara delegation meets him in Delhi
New Delhi, September 19
A Sikh delegation met Prime Minister Narendra Modi at his home on Monday after the fruits of the ‘akhand path’ for his lengthy life at Gurdwara Bangla Sahib.
The PM turned 72 on September 17.
On the event of the prime minister’s birthday, Delhi’s Gurdwara Shri Bala Sahib had organised the ‘akhand path’.
It was attended by 1000’s of Sikh devotees and was maybe the first-of-its-kind initiative.
‘Langar’ well being camps and blood donation camps have been additionally organised by the gurdwara.
In response to a PMO launch, “The Sikh delegation honoured the prime minister by tying a ‘pagdi’ and providing a ‘siropa’. An ‘ardas’ was additionally carried out for his lengthy life and good well being.
“The prime minister expressed his happiness on assembly the delegation and thanked them for his or her needs and prayers. He stated he was humbled and touched by their gesture of creating him really feel like part of the Sikh neighborhood,” it added.
The delegation additionally thanked the prime minister for his initiatives taken for the welfare of the Sikh neighborhood.