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Bedfordshire welcomes mobile outreach surgery by Indian High Commission

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It was organised jointly by SEVA Trust UK (Bedford based international charity) and Siri Guru Ravidaas Sabha (SGRS) Bedford in co-ordination with the community affairs wing of Indian High Commission London….reports Asian Lite News

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The Indian High Commission held an outreach advice surgery in Bedford at Siri Guru Ravidaas Community Centre on Sunday. The team of ten officers spent the day dealing with applications for short and long term visitor visas to India, passports and many other services. In most cases applicants have to travel to London during office hours to obtain required services. Over 125 people visited on Sunday, where most cases were dealt with on spot.
It was organised jointly by SEVA Trust UK (Bedford based international charity) and Siri Guru Ravidaas Sabha (SGRS) Bedford in co-ordination with the community affairs wing of Indian High Commission London.
SEVA Trust UK Chairman Councillor Charan Sekhon, said: “We have received really positive feedback from all communities, Gurdwara and Temple committees. This has been a huge success helping our Bedfordshire communities especially our elderly and families with small children who find very hard to travel to London for these services. We would like to thank SGRS and the Indian High commission for their support and we would continue to support local communities and arrange more surgeries in future.”