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  1. Is it true that in the early 19th century, Sikh leaders spurned Dr. Ambedkar plans to convert millions of hindu dalits to Sikhism ? I keep hearing this story over and over. They say that Dr. Ambedkar was tired of bigoted brahmins and their mistreatment of Dalits and he had planned to convert millions of them to Khalsa, and went to talk to Sikh leaders , but the sikh leaders were swayed by Nehru and Gandhi to not follow through with the plans because then those " high caste , in power , elite " sikhs would lose their power of the religion , due to it being filled by dalits. I always knew , Nehru was a scumbag and a snake and the worst enemy of Sikhs , some say he was the descendent of Gangu , and even Gandhi was no better, that pedophile was always jelous of Bhagat Singh and his popularity with the rest of the country and did nothing to stop him from being hanged .. But the worst thing is again the Gaddari , the soo called sikh leaders were afraid to lose their grip and power over sikhism and decided to not strengthen Sikhism with number due to their own greed. Time and time again , the Sikhs have been backstabbed by their own , the gaddari runs deep.. Guru Gobind couldn't fix the wicked nature of his countrymen , since Sikhs have always been stabbed not by outside enemies but soo called " sikhs " , their own. So apparentley, Ambedkar converted the dalits to Buddhism.
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