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  1. In an important decision, the Akal Takht on Friday revoked the pardon granted to Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh in the 2007 Blasphemy case. The Akal Takht that took this decision in a meeting of high priest had granted pardon to the dera head on September 24. The pardon was granted after the dera chief had sent an apology letter to the Akal Takht. The decision to pardon dera chief had led to protests by various Sikh organisations and there were two lives sacrificed. FULL NEWS: http://singhstation.net/2015/10/akal-takht-revokes-pardon-to-dera-sirsa-head-gurmeet-ram-rahim/
  2. Dera Sacha Sauda (DSS) chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim is all set to charge you up with his film, titled the Messenger of God, which is set for release on January 16 next year. According to the DSS website, the film was completed in a record 67 days. Produced by Hakikat Entertainment and directed by Jeetu Arora, the movie will be released in four languages, including English and Hindi. Jeetu Arora had earlier directed popular Hindi television soaps like ‘Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi’. A 60-second teaser of the film, however, claims that the DSS chief has also directed the film. The film was mostly shot in Sirsa, where the DSS is based. Parts were also shot in foreign locations. Gurmeet Ram Rahim’s album Love Charger is claimed to have sold over 20 lakh copies. Not surprisingly then, the three-hour-long film will feature seven songs, all sung by the DSS chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim himself. One of the songs deals with the menace of drinking. In that song, Gurmeet sings “Daaru ko Goli Maro. Goli Maro Saali ko… Jala Daalo.” The teaser of the film shows Gurmeet appearing from a snow-clad mountain. He then says – “Koi humein Sant kehta hai. Koi kehta hai Farishta. Koi kehta hai Guru. Koi kehta hai Bhagwan. Lekin, hum toh hain sirf ek insan (Some call me a saint. Some call me an angel. Some call me a guru. Some call me a god. But I am just a human being).” The teaser also shows him pouring a bottle of water on his head and then clenching his fist like a Bollywood action hero, as if he’s about to beat up some villain. In the end, he is seen holding a tricolour flag. The Dera Sacha Sauda website —www.derasachasauda.org— claims that the film is a combination of entertainment, action and social messages. According to sources, Gurmeet himself has played the lead role opposite a South Indian heroine. Recently, Gurmeet claimed that he has acted in the lead role and assisted Jeetu Arora in directing the film. He also said he has written the script. “The only motive behind the film is to eradicate social evils such as Corruption and ever increasing Drug Abuse ,” he told media persons. As per the spokesperson of Dera Sacha Sauda, the proceeds of the film shall be utilized for the medication of Thalassemia patients across the globe. Source: http://singhstation.net/2014/12/dera-sacha-sauda-chief-star-new-film-messenger-god/
  3. Makhu (Ferozepur): In fresh confrontation between Sikhs from 'Ek Noor Khalsa Fauj' group and Dera Sacha Sauda activists known as Premis, atleast 9 were injured in a clash on Sunday. The clash took place when Dera followers were going towards Mehmoodwala village to perform “Naam Charcha” which was opposed by the members of “Ek Noor Khalsa Fauj”. The Dera followers were stopped in between Jogewala and Mehmoodwala villages from going ahead which triggered the clash. The two groups hurled stones at each other. Swords were also brandished as the situation soon became tense due to the clash between the two groups. Sources said four members of “Ek Noor Khalsa Fauj” and five Dera followers were injured in the clash. They were taken to the civil hospital for treatment. According to some media reports, Some policemen also reportedly sustained minor injuries during the clash. Police fired shots in air to disburse those indulging in violence. Heavy police force was deployed as well. Deputy Commissioner DPS Kharbanda along with senior police officials held separate meetings with the two warring groups to normalise the situation. Both the sides demanded registration of case against each other. The Dera followers sat on a protest, demanding registration of an FIR against the other group. Eyewitnesses said the situation could have assumed alarming proportions had the administration not intervened at the right time. The Deputy Commissioner said both the groups have been advised to exercise restraint and respect the sentiments of each other. The injured, belonging to “Ek Noor Khalsa Fauj”, were identified as Mohkam Singh, Baaj Singh, Mangat Singh and Harnam Singh. Five “Premis” injured are Jarnail Singh, Major Singh, Gurmeet Singh, Kehar Singh and Kuldeep Singh. Source: http://singhstation.net/2014/11/9-injured-as-sikhs-dera-sirsa-men-clash-in-makhu/
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