Malaysian Punjabi party gets first woman President fullstory Jaishree Balasubramanian Kuala Lumpur, May 3 (PTI) An ethnic Indian Sikh has been elected as the first woman president of Parti Punjabi Malaysia party, the 24-year-old political group that was formed to take care of the interest of the Sikh community in the country. Susheel Kaur, 59, whose father Jeswant Singh founded the party in 1986, became its first woman president, elected unopposed by more than 50 delegates at the party's biennial general meeting here. Multi-ethnic Malaysia has a sizeable Indian population comprising about eight per cent of the total population. Though a majority are Hindus, there are more than 100,000 Sikhs who came here for trade and business several years ago. Susheel Kaur, a senior consultant who majored in social impact studies, felt that she was not cut out to be a politician but stressed that she felt responsible for the party which was founded by her father.