Toronto Lawyer gets honoured By India

TORONTO, May 11 /CNW/ - Brampton Lawyer Shan Padda was honored this evening by Hon Purneet Kaur, Minister of State for External Affairs of India for his human rights work with SAHRA (South Asians for Human Rights Association) and for his contributions towards the promotion of establishing a World Punjabi center in Toronto. The event was organized by Banda Bahadur Foundation. "Shan Padda is a tireless worker of the Punjabi Culture and Human Rights and we are proud that he is getting Honored," said J.S. Dhaliwal, The president of Banda Bahadur Foundation.

Shan Padda is a Human Rights and Immigration Lawyer who is a director of Toronto Based Human Rights Organization SAHRA.

SOURCE SOUTH ASIANS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS ASSOCIATION (SAHRA)

For further information: For further information: Roger Nair, (416) 477-5777, www.HumanRightsCanada.Org

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