Days After NIA Summons, Khalsa Aid Gets Nominated For Nobel Peace Prize

Canadian MPs have nominated Britain’s ‘Khalsa Aid NGO’ this time for the Nobel Prize for Peace. Canadian MP and The Norwegian Nobel Committee Chairman Tim S. Uppal has given this information by tweeting.

He has said that he has written a letter to Nobel Committee Chairman Berit Rees Anderson, in which he has described the Khalsa Aid organization as an international level NGO. The purpose of this institution is only to do human service. The Norwegian Nobel Committee President Tim Uppal, in a letter to Berit Rees Anderson, stated that the Khalsa Aid is an international NGO aimed at providing humanitarian aid in disaster-prone areas.

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Khalsa Aid is an international humanitarian aid organization based on Sikh doctrine. Uppal has also written in his letter that the Khalsa Aid is inspired by the Sikh ideology of ‘Sarbat da Bhala’, which means the well-being of all irrespective of boundaries, caste and religion.

Uppal has said in the tweet that for 20 years Khalsa Aid has been helping desperate people around the world. As MP, he is nominating Khalsa Ed for the Nobel Peace Prize, with the support of MPs PP Prabit Singh Sarkaria and Patrick. The Khalsa Aid was founded by Ravinder Singh (Ravi). According to Canadian lawmakers, this organization has been helping victims of natural disasters such as floods, earthquakes, worldwide for 20 years.

NIA has sent notice to the director of Khalsa Aid India

On 16 January, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) issued summons to Amanpreet Singh, director of India of Khalsa Aid and other trustees, to appear before the investigating agency.

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