Jatinder Kaur Khalsa, the first woman of Indian origin who has been elected a member of the Australian Parole Board.

Brisbane- Indians living abroad overseeing their tireless efforts. We are proud of these Indians who go far away from their land across seven oceans and make India’s name bright. We are talking here today, a personality who has got the highest place in Australia. The name of this personality is Bibi Jatinder Kaur Khalsa, the first woman of Indian origin who has been elected a member of the Australian Parole Board.
Let’s know who is Bibi Jatinder Kaur Khalsa-
Bibi Jatinder Kaur Khalsa Kaur Khalsa has been working for a long time as a social worker in Brisbane, Australia. His family has been working in Brisbane, Gold Coast, many cities including Punjabi language in the towns, besides teaching Gurbani, apart from the Queensland Government’s permission to wear the Sahib and give information to the police. Not only that, from time to time he organizes Gurmat camps for the identification of Sikhism.
Bibi Khalsa appointed for Queensland parole board
Bibi Khalsa has been appointed for Queensland Parole Board. There are 33 permanent professionals and community members in this board. It is a special thing that Bibi Jatinder Kaur of Indian origin and Gursikh Turbaned be the face of Khalsa diversity.
What is Parole Board-
The parole board’s work is to release the prisoners from the jail for the conditions of living in society and to provide more support facilities. The Sikh helpline has been set up by Bibi Khalsa, from which Sikh families can get help during any form of racial discrimination. They have so far provided services to a variety of needy people, including domestic violence, crime, victims.




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