Annual Gala dinner brings communities under one roof, US officials

Sam Khan promotes collectivity instead of individualism, says participants.

New Jersey,

The South Asian American Community Outreach head, Sam Khan, hosted and presided a gala dinner this year at the Royal Albert Palace in Edison, New Jersey. Every year this gala brings South Asian community together under one roof. The Quran was recited at a gala, Non-Muslims were also presented at the ceremony so hymns were sung according to their devotion and Bible verses were recited with Kirthan.Elected South Asian candidates in recent elections invited as special guests at Annual Gala Dinner. Edison Mayor Sam Joshi, Assembly Women Sadaf Jaffer and Assembly Women Shama Haider and others attended and said that this gala dinner is the best way to unite hearts and share love. Sam Khan introduced the guests and invites on stage. He presented a gift of Sindhi culture, Ajrak a reflection and identity of Pakistan; and presented certificates of appreciation.On the occasion, Bangla dance was performed, Indian songs were sung and Nepali group performances also won the hearts.

A large number of American politicians and officials also attended the ceremony and praised the South Asian community for bringing them together on one platform.Ayesha Ali, Pakistani Consul General, New York said that the role of Sam Khan in strengthening the ties among the communities cannot be forgotten. She also thanked for inviting her to the gala dinner.Participants said that Sam Khan has always promoting collectivity instead of individualism. The way he wrapped people of all religions in a bouquet of flowers is unparalleled.

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