No Drugs Message on Surrey Vaisakhi Parade 2015
Octogenarian Husband and Wife Campaign Against Drugs and Social Evils
Community Must Take Steps to Curb and Stop Drugs-Dr Bains
Surrey - Vaisakhi is an important event in the history for the global Sikhs. On this auspicious day in 1699, Khalsa Panth (Common wealth of initiated Sikhs) was inaugurated by Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth and the last Guru of the Sikhs in human form at Sri Anandpur Sahib in Punjab.
As usual, Vaisakhi-2015 was celebrated by a huge gathering of the mosaic of Canadians in Surrey, BC This year, the Vaisakhi day was a more massive and multicolored event attended by more than 2.5 Lac participants hailing from different parts of Canada and across its borders like USA. Small children with their parents and siblings were seen enjoying the event with immense fervor in colorful dresses.
Like other years, octogenarian couple Dr Raghbir Singh Bains Drug Therapist and his wife Parmjit Kaur Bains alongwith their team comprising of Dr Sohan Singh Dhillon, Arman Singh Dhaliwala and Niranjan Singh with their families were once again seen active in distributing fliers, contacting and addressing young boys, girls, their parents, Gatka parties, student groups, social activists, business people, security forces, and socio-religious groups to clean the society of the appalling hazard of the drugs, and other social evils prevalent in the society.
The ‘Bains couple’ and their associates were cheerfully received and welcomed by many socio-religio-politico teams and public groups at large including groups of teens and young students in general who took keen interest in cleaning the society of the menace of the ever spreading evils. Everybody was seriously concerned about curbing the evils of drugs, murders, domestic violence and other social evils so that the message of peace and prosperity of Vaisakhi was largely spread in British Columbia, Canada and elsewhere in the world. Many youngsters promised the crusaders to take part in such events to create awareness about the deadly diseases, disasters and menaces which have reached historically high levels in the society.
It is reiterated here that the menace of social evils like drugs, domestic violence, adultery, foeticide, jealousy and hatred on account of caste, colour, creed and region of a person are forbidden and socially unacceptable in Sikhism and thus the Sikhs are particularly required not to get into the evils of alcohol, drugs and other tribulations. Dr Bains is a longtime committed crusader against such evils. His team is committed to help the communities to curb such evils for building a clean global society so that peace and prosperity prevails in the world.