Watch: Singapore PM wears turban, greets audience with 'Sat Sri Akal' while inaugurating gurdwara

The clip shows Loong wearing a white turban and a black mask.

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, July 6

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong wore a turban and greeted an audience 'Sat Sri Akaal' while inaugurating a Gurdwara at Silat Road in Singapore.

Parminder Singh, CXO-Mediacorp, shared a clip of the incident on Twitter saying: “Singapore Prime Minister, @leehsienloong inaugurated a newly renovated Gurudwara wearing an immaculate turban and greeting everyone with a perfect Sat Sri Akaal!”

The clip shows Loong wearing a white turban and a black mask.

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