Manmohan Singh Luthra who built Nanak Drive, passes away

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Manmohan Singh Luthra who built Nanak Drive, passes away

Manmohan Singh Luthra who built Nanak Drive, passes away

Manmohan Singh Luthra who developed Nanak Drive in the State of Pennsylvania passed away at the age of 82. In the year 1979, Dr Manmohan Singh Luthra brought a land and struggled with the authorities to name the residential street ‘Nanak Drive’ after Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji in the United States. He along with his family felt blessed to live there. They also invited many American home buyers to select Nanak Drive as their address.

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Manmohan Singh Luthra was born on September 8, 1936, in Mani Bahauldin, Pakistan. He earned his doctorate degree from Medical College Patiala. He was devoted to the issues of Sikhs in the West. He along with other trustees founded Tri-State Sikh Cultural Society towards building the Sikh Gurdwara of Pittsburgh.

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As a community physician Manmohan Singh Luthra devoted 22 years into the service and worked with many elderly patients.

-PTC NEWS