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It is said that daughters are very dear to their father. Fathers also have more affection for daughters than sons. Something similar was seen in a family in Shahpura area on Sunday. Here, at the death of their father, the daughters carried their father’s bier. At the same time, according to the daughters, they have no brother, so they did this. He also says that in Sikh society son and daughter have been given equal status. Therefore, there is no point in doing so.
Let us tell you that retired PWD Secretary Surjeet Singh (87) died due to illness late on Saturday night. His last rites were performed by his two daughters.
Both sisters Navneet Kaur and Suneet Kaur shouldered their father’s bier.
equal status for son and daughter
Sunit Kaur told that we don’t have any brother. I have a sister Navneet Kaur. When Dad died, we performed the last rites. It is not correct to say that this has happened for the first time. Because in our society, men and women have been given equal status, so it doesn’t hurt to do so. Let us tell you that Sunit Kaur is a faculty in civil department at MANIT. Meanwhile, Navneet Kaur is the Deputy Director General of Doordarshan.
Surjit Singh died on Saturday after a prolonged illness.
About Surjeet Singh
Retired PWD Secretary Surjit Singh passed his law degree at the age of 58. At the age of 70, he has obtained an M.Tech degree in civil engineering. At the same time, he has also been a panel judge for the National Highway Authority of India. He was ill for a long time. His last rites were performed at Bhadbhada Vishram Ghat.