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PM came as Sikhs’ ambassador living in Pakistan: President Sikh Sanghat

PM came as Sikhs' ambassador living in Pakistan: President Sikh Sanghat
NANKANA SAHIB: President Punjabi Sikh Sanghat Gopal Singh Chawla has said that Prime Minister Imran Khan came out as an ambassador of the Sikh community living in Pakistan.
The Sikh community has lauded Prime Minister Imran Khan for laying the foundation stone of the first highly valuable Sikh Baba Guru Nanak University.

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According to Gopal Singh Chawla, the prime minister has won the hearts of the Sikh community living all across the world.
He added, “We are highly thankful to Pakistan’s political and military leadership for providing a golden opportunity of visiting the second holiest place of faith to Sikhs living across the border.” 

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Singh said, “Sikhs living in the country are very patriotic and contributing to the development of the country.”
He further said, “Kartarpur border is a symbol of religious harmony and Sikh Muslim friendship.”
Earlier on Monday, Imran Khan laid the foundation stone of Baba Guru Nanak University in Nankana Sahib. The ceremony was attended by federal and provincial ministers along with diplomats of foreign countries. 

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The University will work to promote religious tourism in the country, besides serving as a community centre for the Sikh community-based in Pakistan and abroad.
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