He didn’t want to give up his #religion to serve. Now he’s #Houston’s first #Sikh deputy constable.

After all that work, the 21-year-old Sugar Land resident’s swearing in as one of the newest members of the Harris County Precinct 1 Constable’s Office took less than a minute. The move made him the first Sikh deputy constable in Harris County and represented an important step forward in religious inclusion, local Sikhs said. Sikhism is a monotheistic religion that originated in what is now India. Practicing Sikhs wear a turban and five articles of faith: uncut hair, a wooden comb, an iron bracelet, an iro

Source: He didn’t want to give up his religion to serve. Now he’s Houston’s first Sikh deputy constable. – HoustonChronicle.com