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Rensbhai Kirtan Next Saturday 22nd November

7:00 PM to 5:00 AM

Guru Nanak Gurdwara,

65-67 Walsall Road, Willenhall,

West Midlands WV13 2RD

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Contact Tirlochan Singh:

07846316842

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cools so is it gonna happen monthly??

Vahegurooo Jee Ka Khalsaa! Vaheguroo Jee Ki Fatheh!

Jee,

The monthly one as in the monthly one organised by Akhand Kirtani Jatha UK. The next one is the Youth Smagam in Coventry.

=)

Vahegurooo Jee Ka Khalsaa! Vaheguroo Jee Ki Fatheh!

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This is not the first time Willenhall committee have acted like this i rememebr a few years ago they did the same thing then.

Before the Rehansbhia began the stage secretary was talkin and a few memebers of the committee started setting up the mics for the kirtan. Bhai Tarlochan singh Got up and asked them to put the speaker stands onthe floor so that more sangat can sit on the stage. The stage sec started slandering saying that you must do kirtan on the stage and not on the floor. When Bhai Tarlochan singh tired to speak they swithced the MIC off. He then jumped on stage and explained to the sangat that all he requested was that the Mic stands be put on the floor and then extend them out onto the stage so we can get more people on the stage. You should have seen the look on the faces of the 3 guys they looked like idiots.

I personally think Bhai Tarlochan SIngh handeled it very well otherwise it could have become nasty

The only thing the stage sec kept saying was this is our gurdwara you have to do what we say we are in charge. What he doesnt realise is Guru ji is in charge but there ego makes them think they are in charge.

From the reaction of the committe it would be apparent that this was planned by them thinking the jatha will want to do kirtan on the floor.

They should be ashamed of themselves.

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