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Dr Tan Cheng Bock hosts members of Indian community for a Deepavali lunch

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Some eighty party members, volunteers and fans of the Progress Singapore Party gathered at Dr Tan’s residence at Holland Grove for lunch to celebrate Deepavali on Saturday 16th November 2019.

“The party has grown so large and this event gave us an opportunity to get to know other members of our community,” said Mr Jeisilan Sivalingam, a former NSP candidate in 2011.

The event was hosted by Dr Tan Cheng Bock and his wife Cecilia.

“We had a nice warm reception at Doc’s place and spent a wonderful time with the various members of the Indian community”, said Mr Kush Chopra

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Also present at the event was Mr. Nalla, treasurer of Progress Singapore Party and Mr. Ravi Philemon, former member of Singapore Peoples’ Party.

Posting on his Facebook page, Ravi Philemon said, “it was a good to catch up with friends at Doc’s Deepavali Open House.”

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