Wife of kidnapped Afghan calls for PM Modi's intervention in rescue efforts, seeks Indian citizenship for family
Friday, 26 June 2020 () The wife of a kidnapped AfghanSikh has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi requesting for assistance from the Indian government for the release of her husband. Nidan Singh Sachdeva was kidnapped on June 17 from Chamkani, Paktia in eastern Afghanistan.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on July 3 visited the Hall of Fame Museum which is run by Indian Army in Leh. He paid tribute to soldiers killed in action during Galwan Valley clash. PM Modi made a surprise visit to Ladakh to meet the soldiers in Leh amid the ongoing border tensions with China. Hall of Fame Museum was established in Leh to showcase valour, sacrifice and achievements of Indian Army in various operations in the region.
Outside a place of worship in a parking lot, a group of around 25 volunteers has made and distributed more than 2,100 food packages in just seven weeks. Guru Nanak Foundation of America has been organising 'Langar Sewa' at a drive-thru food distribution zone for past seven weeks. They are doing it in Silver Spring of Washington Metropolitan Area. It is organised every Sunday, wherein non-perishable food is given to people arriving there. While speaking to ANI, the representative of Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee for Guru Nanak Foundation of America, Ginny Ahluwalia said, "I thank all sevadars who have given their time. We are doing this food drive for everybody in this area that can drive up and gather weeks of non-perishable food." "The smile on their faces says it all," she added.
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