New Delhi: Mortal remains of Nirankari Baba Hardev Singh, head of Sant Nirankari Mission, who died in a cars crash in Canada, were brought to Delhi on Monday morning.
The body of Baba Hardev Singh, famous spiritual leader among Nirankari sect of Sikhs had been flown to Delhi from Canada’s Montreal. The last rites of the Nirankari Mission chief will be performed on Wednesday evening, at the mission’s headquarters located in Delhi.
Baba Hardev Singh was travelling with his two son-in-law, Sandeep Khinda and Avneet Setya from New York to Canada, when their ill-fated car crashed. While Baba hardev Singh and Avneet succumbed to their injuries, Sandeep survived with minor injuries. The last rites will take place on Wednesday at the CNG crematorium in Delhi at 12:00 noon.
The mortal remains will be kept in west Delhi’s Burari Road, from Monday afternoon for the devotees to pay their final respects. The body of the spiritual head was brought by some of his family members and followers after the Montreal police officials gave them full clearance.
The Santa Nirankari Mission will also live telecast the last rites of Baba Hardev Singh.
First Published | 16 May 2016 3:55 PM
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