Mortal remains of Baba Hardev Singh brought to Delhi, will be cremated on Wednesday

New Delhi: On Monday, mortal remains of spiritual leader Baba Hardev Singh who died in a road accident in Canada last week were brought to the national capital. As per reports, body of Sant Nirankari Mission head was flown down to Delhi from Canada’s Montreal.

For the devotees to pay final respects, his body will be kept in Delhi’s Burari Road. Last rites of the leader will be performed on Wednesday.

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Mission official Kirpa Sagar said in a release, “The Antim Yatra (last journey) will begin on Wednesday from Ground No 8 at 8 am and conclude at Nigam Bodh Ghat. Antim Sanskar (last rites) will take place at the CNG Crematorium at 12 noon.”

The 62-year-old leader died in a road accident in Canada on Friday. The incident took place when Baba Hardev Singh was travelling from New York to Montreal in a car along with his two sons-in-law Avneet and Sunny. As of now the police is investigating in the accident to know as to why the crash happened.

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