Punjab Vidhan Sabha Speaker Urges Enhanced Coordination Among Commonwealth Countries on Political Matters

Punjab Vidhan Sabha Speaker Urges Enhanced Coordination Among Commonwealth Countries on Political Matters

Punjab Vidhan Sabha Speaker Urges Enhanced Coordination Among Commonwealth Countries on Political Matters

Chandigarh, October 5:

Amidst a recent dispute involving Canada, Punjab Vidhan Sabha Speaker, Kultar Singh Sandhwan, emphasized the importance of improved coordination among Commonwealth countries on certain political matters.

Speaking during the Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference (CPC) held in Ghana, the Speaker noted that certain issues had arisen, leading to unnecessary disputes. While not specifically mentioning any country, he called for these issues to be addressed promptly through enhanced cooperation among Commonwealth nations. Sandhwan stated that these unwarranted disputes were disrupting the harmonious coexistence within the group.

The Speaker also highlighted that the world is currently grappling with significant environmental challenges and stressed the need for Commonwealth countries to work together to bring about positive change in society and create a sustainable environment for all. He underlined that developed nations have a responsibility to take the lead in this regard.

During his visit, Speaker Kultar Singh Sandhwan paid his respects at the Gurdwara Sahib and engaged with the Punjabi diaspora.

It is worth noting that the annual Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference (CPC) serves as a platform for parliamentarians from across the Commonwealth to deliberate on global political issues and seek consensus. Canada, an independent member of the British Commonwealth since 1931, has recently been involved in a dispute within the Commonwealth community.

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