IMG_7110Prominent British businessman Amarjit Singh Kullar and his son were invited by the Queen to attend her Garden Party held on Wednesday 22nd May 2013, where over 8,000 guests from all walks of life were invited, including Olympians, Paralympian’s and officials from London 2012. Amarjit who originally comes from Punjab was a former Indian National hockey team player and currently lives in Leicestershire UK, where he runs a successful property business.

“It was a great honour to be invited by the Queen to Buckingham Palace and a real pleasure to meet her and her family including Kate Middleton the Duchess of Cambridge,” said Amarjit.
“I also met with British Olympians and Paralympian’s from London 2012 and I believe that India can learn a great deal from the British who put valuable resources into sport in their country.  Sportsmen and women are great ambassadors for their respective nations and an extremely valuable asset.”

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Former Leicester South Member of Parliament of Parliament, Parmjit Singh Gill said, “it is a matter of extreme pride for the Punjabi community when one of their own is invited to the Palace by the Queen.  Amarjit is recognised for supporting local sports clubs and his success in business.”
Former High Sheriff of Leicester, Resham Singh Sandhu said, “to be invited by the Queen in recognition for services to the community is quite an achievement and well deserved by Amarjit Singh Kullar.”
Raj Sharma chairman of British Asian Sports Associates said, “Amarjit has helped many sports academies through the years and I am very happy that he was invited by the Queen.”