Sikhs have been always making their community proud by their achievements around the world. Amid the coronavirus tension, Anmol Kaur Narang has become the first Sikh girl to graduate from West Point – The U.S. Military Academy.
Twitter has been flooded with congratulatory posts for the achievement by Anmol. She will be leading all the men and women officers after her training.
Congratulations to 2nd Lieutenant #AnmolKaurNarang. Make your Countries Proud.@satbirsm @BalbirLt @bhushan_gyan @bkum2000 @cmseth1 @kakar_harsha @kayjay34350 @Tiny_Dhillon @bdun53 @LtGen_Roy @ArunBajpai @Randwal @BrigMahalingam @BrigMps @Jaykaul@ColTekpal @RDXThinksThat pic.twitter.com/AQC87KbQQI
— Poseidon (@Extoller31) May 26, 2020
— Vivek Talwar (@vivektalwar) May 26, 2020
— Dr. ®️aminder (@ramindersays) May 26, 2020
Earlier this week, the Alameda County of California got its first Indian Sikh police officer, who wears a turban. Jujhar Singh is the only one of his fellows who wears turban and not a hat.
We congratulate Anmol for her achievement as she continues to make her community proud across the world.