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Farooq Khan interacts with Sikh religious leaders

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JAMMU, JULY 30: Advisor to Governor, Farooq Khan interacted with Sikh religious leader Mahant Manjit Singh ji of Dera Nangali Sahib and representatives of various organisations of the community to discuss the issues of public importance, here the other day.

The Advisor appreciated the role of Sikh community in the development of country and in the state. Khan assured that he will take all possible steps to fulfill the aspirations of the people and make his best effort to come up to their expectations.

He said that administration is organizing various functions in the state regarding 550th Birth Anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji and details of the programme will be announced soon.

Responding to a demand regarding prevention of drug smuggling, the advisor said that narco-terrorism is the biggest challenge and assured that all possible steps would be taken to curb the menace adding that strict action will be taken against the people involved in drug peddling.

On the occasion, Shriman Mahant Manjit Singh ji presented a shawl to Advisor Farooq Khan.

Khan also met representatives of several Sikh organizations, Corporators, Sarpanchs of various villages, Vegetable and Fruit Association, J&K Transport Association, retired government officers and many others.

Besides a huge number of gathering, Former President State Gurudwara Prabandhak Board S. Sudershan Singh Wazir, President Shrimoni Akali Dal (JK) S. Darbinder Singh, Chief Organizer Shrimoni Akali Dal S. Mohinder Singh, President Vegetable and Fruit Association S. Surinder Singh Kala and President J&K Transport Association S. Gajan Singh were prominent among others who were present on the occasion.

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