Sikh soldier, Chamandeep Singh, whose father was associated with Indian Army has warmed up the hearts of the Sikhs of Kolkata by featuring on Facebook. “The Sikhs, wherever they go, leave a mark by their good work. Chamandeep’s story also shows how versatile the community members are,” said Jagmohan Singh Gill, Kolkata-based Sikh researcher and chief of the Punjabi Sahitya Sabha. “Sikhs have been an integral part of the British Army. It is good to see the story of a Sikh soldier on the homepage of the British Army,” said Bhupinder Singh, poet and executive with a city mall.
Corporal Chamandeep Singh, a soldier in The Royal Logistic Corps of the British army, has become a Twitter sensation in the corps after his wife, Ceese Kaur Seera, tweeted of his recent promotion. Formerly known as the British Armed Forces Sikh Association, the Defence Sikh Network aims to unite and support Sikh personnel, veterans and MoD civil servants in Britain.
My hubby has been promoted!!! So proud and bursting with joy. This man has worked so hard to get promoted and i couldn’t be happier! Hes a great role model. But super super talented. ??? pic.twitter.com/UkxfCVlUEh— ????? ? ????? (@Miss_Seera) August 6, 2020