Pritam Singh & daughters visit Army Open House - The Independent Singapore News

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Pritam Singh & daughters visit Army Open House - The Independent Singapore News

Pritam Singh & daughters visit Army Open House - The Independent Singapore News

“Do bring the family, both young and old along to AOH22 over the weekend for a different sort of weekend in the city - but remember to stay hydrated especially if you plan to stay through the afternoon. Many thanks to all our SAF servicemen and women for putting this together! #NS55” — Pritam Singh

- Advertisement -Workers’ Party head Mr Pritam Singh took his two young daughters to the Singapore Army Open House, which is returning after a five-year break. While the main exhibition will be open to the public from May 28 to 30, the Leader of the Opposition was able to bring his girls for a “sneak peak,” he wrote in a Facebook post on Thursday evening (May 26).

His National Service (NS) formation, he added, had invited “all its NSmen, regardless of rank” for a preview of the open house. And while the LO got tickets for the whole family, his wife had work, so he ended up taking “the little ladies” by himself to the venue at the F1 pit building in Marina Bay.

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Telegram - Advertisement - Workers’ Party head Mr Pritam Singh took his two young daughters to the Singapore Army Open House, which is returning after a five-year break.He added, “Singaporeans deserve credible alternative choices and a political landscape that encourages able people to step forward selflessly to serve the interests of our country and of our people.He added, “Singaporeans deserve credible alternative choices and a political landscape that encourages able people to step forward selflessly to serve the interests of our country and of our people.Telegram - Advertisement - Opposition lunch: WP chief Pritam Singh shares ‘delightful’ meal with PSP head Francis Yuen, discovers a common bond   Photo: FB screengrab/Pritam Singh When Pritam Singh had lunch recently with Francis Yuen, the two men discovered they had more in common than being heads of opposition parties: Mr Yuen and Mr Singh’s father had been officers in the Singapore Armed Forces at the same time.

While the main exhibition will be open to the public from May 28 to 30, the Leader of the Opposition was able to bring his girls for a “sneak peak,” he wrote in a Facebook post on Thursday evening (May 26). His National Service (NS) formation, he added, had invited “all its NSmen, regardless of rank” for a preview of the open house. Will be looking forward to catching up with him soon!” he wrote. And while the LO got tickets for the whole family, his wife had work, so he ended up taking “the little ladies” by himself to the venue at the F1 pit building in Marina Bay. Not much is known about Mr Singh’s father, but a 2019 Lianhe Zaobao story identifies him as Amarjit Singh, who specializes in criminal law and is a consultant in litigation and dispute resolution practice. “We had good fun, walking around the exhibits and checking out the equipment on display (the Leopard 2 always stands out), including some very impressive platforms such as the MAN Wheeled Recovery Vehicle and indigenously manufactured platforms like the Trailblazer and Hunter Armoured Fighting Vehicle,” Mr Singh wrote. The story adds that between 1970 and 1986, he was a SAF officer. Mr Singh is married to Singaporean theatre practitioner Loveleen Kaur Walia. “Throughout the journey, this guy was complaining to my mother how at this hour he’s only getting S$13.

Their daughters were born in 2015 and 2018. /TISG Follow us on Social Media Send in your scoops to news@theindependent. /TISG Follow us on Social Media Send in your scoops to news@theindependent. He posted photos of the young girls enjoying the different activities, including one where they watched the fireworks display, which Mr Singh wrote happened at the end of the night. The WP chief said that the formation commander also “gave a short and meaningful speech thanking NSmen for their service and acknowledging their families too,” and invited everyone to visit AOH22 this weekend, reminding them to stay hydrated, especially those who were planning a long stay. The Open House will relocate to Punggol from June 3 to 5 and then to Bishan from June 10 to 12. According to the Singapore Army’s Facebook page, tickets for the weekend are already sold out, but there are some slots still available for Monday (May 30).   SDP: Elections Department to make voting easier for select group but system still stacked in PAP’s favour   Photo: Taken from Canva.

Those who are interested may book here . “Army Open House 2022 (AOH22) will make a return to the F1 Pit Building after five years. Themed ‘Generations of Strength’ to commemorate 55 years of National Service, AOH22 will comprise the AOH22 Virtual Exhibition, AOH22@F1 Pit Building and AOH22@Heartlands to showcase the Army’s hardware, software and heartware to engage Singaporeans of all ages. AOH22 will feature a range of interactive activities where visitors can view over 20 different Army platforms, get up close with the different Army Formations and enjoy Battle Rides on various Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) platforms. There will be a mission-based night walk, an outdoor obstacle course and other hands-on activities to provide visitors with an immersive and exciting experience. Mr Lim, who heads the opposition party People’s Voice, wrote: “Next week from 29 May to 1 June, I shall be defending Gilbert Goh in the State Courts on 2 charges of unlawful assembly and refusing to sign a police statement Read more here.

To take part in the Drone Arena, Be A Marksman, Battle Rides and Soldier Strong Obstacle Course, bookings can be made on-site at the F1 Pit Building. Visitors can also learn more about the evolution of National Service (NS) over the past 55 years, as well as achievements of our national servicemen in defending and safeguarding Singapore through the NS55 Showcase,” a fact sheet released earlier this month reads. /TISG Follow us on Social Media Send in your scoops to news@theindependent.sg - Advertisement - .