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SAD announces party organisation for Canada

punjab Updated: Apr 04, 2016 23:20 IST
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SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal(HT File Photo)

The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) on Monday announced the organisational structure of the NRI wing of the party in Canada.

Announcing the structure, SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal said three separate bodies for Canada West, Canada East and Canada Central were formed and the party youth wing structure was also announced.

Sukhbir said a high-powered committee and chairmen, presidents and general secretaries of respective zones were given the powers to finalise state-level bodies.

The 20-member high-powered committee comprises Darshan Singh Dhaliwal, Harnek Singh Sidhu Nathpura, Gurbaksh Singh Sanghera, Jarnail Singh Purewal, Lakhmir Singh, Ranjodhpal Singh, Harbant Singh Happy Deol, Bachittar Singh Gholia, Beant Singh Dhaliwal, Kehar Singh Gill, Gian Singh Langeri, Parduman Singh, Harbans Singh Deol, Avtar Singh Bains, Jagdev Singh Randhawa, Jangbahadar Singh Sidhu, Jatinder Singh Lamme, Jagroop Singh Mukhwelpur, Lashman Singh Manitoba and Harwinder Singh Basi.

Zone-wise structure has Dashan Singh Dhaliwal as chairman, Gurcharan Singh Khakh as president and Harnek Singh Sidhu Nathpura as secretary general for Canada West. Canada East has Gian Singh Langeri as chairman, Parduman Singh as president and Bachittar Singh Gholia as secretary general. Canada Central zone has Amarpreet Singh Bains as chairman and Jangbahadar Singh Sidhu as president.

Zone-wise structure of Youth Akali Dal has Kulwinder Singh Sarai Brampton as president for Canada East, Jagjit Singh Sandhar as president of Canada West, and Canada Central has Rana Malkeet Singh and Gurcharan Singh Dhaliwal as patrons and Jatinder Singh Lamme as president.

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