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Pakistan’s first Sikh female journalist wins British award

Manmeet Kaur, 25, Pakistan’s first Sikh female journalist from APK, won the British award, and was selected among the 100 Sikh personalities at the world-renowned awards.

According to the Express, another honor has come to the fore for Pakistan. Pakistan’s first Sikh woman journalist and social activist Manmeet Kaur from Peshawar has been selected for the Under-30 Awards “100 Influential Sikh Personalities” held in the UK. Manmeet Kaur, a 25-year-old journalist, will receive her award at a ceremony in the UK next year.

Manmeet is Pakistan’s first minority female journalist to have a postgraduate degree in social sciences and has also served as an administrator at the computer academy for three years.

During her journalistic career, Manmeet highlighted minority issues globally. Manimat has also worked extensively on women’s rights, social issues and coercive violence against women. Manimat has also received awards at the local level for highlighting the rights of minorities.

Talking to Express, Mann Mehta Kaur said, “I am very happy that my name has been included in the category of the biggest Sikh award in the world. Those who work hard will definitely get its fruits. Go to UK.” It is a great honor for my family to represent the green crescent flag.

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Manmeet Kaur, 25, Pakistan’s first Sikh female journalist from APK, won the British award, and was selected among the 100 Sikh personalities at the world-renowned awards.

According to the Express, another honor has come to the fore for Pakistan. Pakistan’s first Sikh woman journalist and social activist Manmeet Kaur from Peshawar has been selected for the Under-30 Awards “100 Influential Sikh Personalities” held in the UK. Manmeet Kaur, a 25-year-old journalist, will receive her award at a ceremony in the UK next year.

Manmeet is Pakistan’s first minority female journalist to have a postgraduate degree in social sciences and has also served as an administrator at the computer academy for three years.

During her journalistic career, Manmeet highlighted minority issues globally. Manimat has also worked extensively on women’s rights, social issues and coercive violence against women. Manimat has also received awards at the local level for highlighting the rights of minorities.

Talking to Express, Mann Mehta Kaur said, “I am very happy that my name has been included in the category of the biggest Sikh award in the world. Those who work hard will definitely get its fruits. Go to UK.” It is a great honor for my family to represent the green crescent flag.

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Talking to Express, Mann Mehta Kaur said, “I am very happy that my name has been included in the category of the biggest Sikh award in the world. Those who work hard will definitely get its fruits. Go to the UK.” It is a great honour for my family to represent the green crescent flag.

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