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Amritsar boy achieved big goal in Canada, joins Saskatchewan police

Punjab News Express | July 26, 2019 05:14 PM
Police Officer Harmandeep Singh receives his badge from the Police Chief Rick Bourassa

AMRITSAR: Amritsar, Punjab, Indian young man Harmandeep Singh on Friday joined police department in Saskatchewan, Canada. He has got the privilege of joining police department in Saskatchewan as first Punjabi Indian which is a matter of great proud and gay for all Punjabis as well as Indians.

The swearing ceremony was headed by Honourable Judge Brain Hendrickson and further while putting Badge on each newly recruited police officers. The Police Chief Mr. Rick Bourassa was very much pleased in conducting Badge Ceremony to the newly appointed police officers. Out of these three newly appointed police officers in Saskatchewan, Harmandeep Singh is the only Punjabi Indian who achieved this position. Moose Jaw Mayor Fraser Tolmiewere also present at this occasion.

Mr. Singh expressed that he was fully inspired by his father  Satnam Singh who served in Indian Army for 21 years and Singh forwarded a head to glorify the nationality and community in the outer part of the world.

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