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Guru Sahib Shri Guru Granth Sahib beadbe by this family. Guru Sahib ji Stored in basement on iron shelves in warehouse storage facility. Shipping Guru Sahib in shipping container with stuffed in garments. They were in indian news when gurmukhs caught a container in mumbai port approvel by parmjit sarna. container was business garments and mahan beadbe of dhan guru granth sahib inside container also full of gurbani pothees. port box reciver destination said satnam trust canada. issue was hushed up and no action taken. news article prove same mahan beadbi carry on by malik. why sangat is mute as proof given below ? Latest News Local Sikh Boutique Funds Religious Education In Punjab, India http://www.neontommy.com/news/2012/05/local-sikh-boutique-funds-religious-education-punjab-india At first glance, the family-owned Papillon clothing company on 7th and Mateo Street resembles the banal fashion warehouses emblematic of the city’s garment district. But the basement of the Malik family’s wholesale clothing business isn’t packed full of this year’s hottest springtime wares. Instead, scores of Sikh religious artifacts, harmoniums and Tablas – an Indian percussion instrument similar to bongo drums – adorn the underground room’s metal shelving. Stacks of educational books and the Guru Granth Sahib, the Sikh holy text, sit in reserve, supporting a more than 20-year education project funded by the Maliks back in India. The Maliks import Sikh religious texts, instruments and various other items from India in their clothing containers. Old news - CONTAINER OF HOLY SAROOPS RETURNS TO THE DSGMC http://panthic.org/articles/3671 Over one hundered saroops of Guru Granth Sahib Ji that were being transported to Canada sealed in a container have arrived back in New Delhi. Jathedar Vedanti also acknowledged that Sarna's apology letter has been received along with a letter mailed by the Satnam Education Trust based in Canada who had "ordered" the saroops from the DSGMC. The letter was sent on a Satnam Education Trust letterhead and signed by Balwant Singh, a representative of the Canada based organization.