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Khalsa Aid’s Ravi Singh Apologises On Behalf Of The Sikh Community For 'Sikhs For Trump'

Darpan News Desk, 19 Jul, 2019

    Ravi Singh of Khalsa Aid is apologising on the behalf of the Sikh community after photos of men in Sikhs for Trump community cropped up online.

     
     
     
     

    Jesse Singh, who has founded the group American Sikhs for Trump is the chair of the Maryland Governor's Association on South Asian Affairs.

     

    "I don't see that America anymore," says Mr Singh. "So when Trump says make America Great again, I fully agree with him,"

     

    He says Trump has never opposed legal migration and has businesses all over the world, including India.

     

    "I think he understands different cultures and different countries better than any other candidate in the race," says Singh.

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