WOULD UNVEIL THE MEMORIAL PLAQUE IN MEMORY OF WORLD WAR 1 SOLDIERS
70 PERSONS FROM MEHMA SINGH WALA VILLAGE HAD PARTICIPATED IN WORLD WAR 1 & FIVE HAD LOST THEIR LIVES
Ludhiana, November 5, 2018: As an act of remembrance and the rededication of World War 1 memorial, Mr Andrew Ayre, British Deputy High Commissioner, would be visiting Mehma Singh Wala village, near here, on December 6, 2018. It is pertinent to mention that 70 persons from Mehma Singh Wala village had taken part in the World War 1 and five of them had lost their lives.
UK based NRI Mr. Jaswant Singh grewal informed that Mr Andrew Ayre would arrive in the village at 11 am on December 6, 2018. There, he would be unveiling the memorial plaque in the village Gurudwara, followed by presentations and speeches in Diwan Hall. He would then visit the local stadium for signing of visitors book and interaction with local residents.
He informed that the British Deputy High Commissioner would be unveiling the memorial plaque in the memory of village residents who participated and laid down their lives during the World War 1. He informed that a total of 70 persons from Mehma Singh Wala village had participated in the World War 1 and five of them had laid down their lives.