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Speaker Kultar Singh Sandhwan expresses deep sorrow over demise of Hazuri Ragi Bhai Sulakhan Singh

Chandigarh, September 27, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
Punjab Vidhan Sabha Speaker Mr. Kultar Singh Sandhwan has expressed deep sorrow over the sad demise of Hazuri Ragi of Sachkhand Sri Harimandar Sahib Bhai Sulkhan Singh Ji.

Mr. Sandhwan said that hearing the news of his sudden death he has been deeply hurt. Due to his death, we have lost the charismatic voice of a great kirtaniya who had immense devotion to Guru Ghar. Mr. Sandhwan prayed to God to grant peace to the departed soul and strength to the family to bear this irreparable loss.

It is to be noted that Mr. Sandhwan recently visited Bhai Sulkhan Singh ji and discussed with Bhai Sahib about history and Panthak rituals.

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