There are a lot of fields in which Punjabis are making their name and making the entire community proud.
Now, adding another success to the list, Ludhiana lad is making the headlines for all the good reasons. Recently, Angad Singh Dhillon has been appointed as the new director of operations in the ministry of transport, Federal Government of Canada.
Let us tell you, Angad belongs to Ghungrana village, Ludhiana. He is from one of the successful families of Punjab that served people of the region for almost a century. His great grandfather Gurnam Singh Ghungrana was one of the pioneer members of the SGPC in the early 1930s followed by his grandfather Jagjit Singh Ghungrana, who was a progressive farmer and farm leader.
In terms of education, after completing graduation in international relations from Mount Allison, Sackville, New Brunswick, Angad joined the Liberal Party in 2015. Also Read : Navpreet Kaloty : First Indian (Sikh) Guy To Present A Segment At Apple's Mac Architecture
Later, he started his career as a field organizer and was responsible for the Peel region, which has 11 parliamentary constituencies. It was during this period that his hard work and organizing skills were recognized by the party as it won all the 11 ridings.
Not only this, he then moved to Ottawa and joined as assistant, outreach, and operations, with Liberal Research Bureau. From there, he assisted the Ministry of Canadian Heritage as special assistant, policy. In 2017, he joined as director of outreach at the LRB, from where he was picked up to join the Ontario Regional Desk in the PMO. Also Read : When Valor Of Punjabis Wrecked Even Alexander The Great