Indian-origin Sikh woman becomes first Sikh Assistant Police Chief in America
PTC News Desk: Indian-origin Sikh woman Manmeet Kaur, born in Bhullechak village of the Gurdaspur, has brought cheer to the Punjabis by becoming the first Sikh Assistant Police Chief after studying in America.
After her success, a wave of happiness was seen among the family members and people in Gurdaspur.
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While addressing the media, Manmeet’s father said that he himself served Navy and Manmeet wanted to join force from childhood. “Manmeet was very fond of pistols and her passion towards her career made her an assistant chief of police of America.”
Talking on the occasion of proud moment, Manmeet Kaur’s father Kulwant Singh and mother Satwant Kaur said that Manmeet was very smart in her studies and was very much influenced by their relatives in America who worked as the FBI. They further stated that Manmeet was fond of pistols from the childhood.
Talking about her education, Manmeet studied up to class VI from Guru Ramdas Public School, Jalandhar. After that in 1996, Manmeet went to America with her family. After completing Standard 12th in America, Manmeet obtained Commercial Law Chief and Master of Laws degree from the University of New Haven.
In 2008, she joined police force, and now fulfilling her dream, has she become an Assistant Police Chief in America.
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Proud villagers of Gurdaspur have congratulated her. According to sources, Manmeet will be visiting India next year and pay obeisance at Golden Temple, Amritsar.
- PTC NEWS