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Beautiful realization, Papi!

On an aside..

Jo Peh Hamna Paap Karanta, Aahay Ananta, Patit Paavan Naam Kaisay Huntaa?

Killing over opposing beliefs. Where are we going with this mentality. One day we will be proud if our own people go to the extents of 9/11, it seems, over conflicting opinonis and belifs, and that scares the crap out of me.

Or, as I'm sure will be pointed out, perhaps I'm just naive.

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Well done guys.

This is a great step. Basically, it is difficult to kill Ram raheem because of his security. However, we should be going for the next best thing which is beating up/killing/maiming his key followers. If you cant hit the jackpot you can always hit the next best thing. They cant guard everyone and everything. Hit the weaker targets.

These fools shouldnt be able to sleep at night. Make it feel unsafe and unpopular to be a follower of dera chootha sauda.

This is war guys. Anything goes.

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I'm trying to figure out what kind of 'surma' kills a random misguided follower of the Sirsa leader.

It would have been one thing to give a adequate response to the bodyguard that killed a Sikh in Bombay, just picking off somebody who goes to or at sometime went to the dera is stupid and wrong and anti-Sikh and anti-God.

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"He was posted as patwari in canal department,"

By the way, there's nothing to say that this case has anything to do with the ongoing Sikh/Sirsa struggle.

All we know that happened is that some patwari (land registration official) was killed. For all we know, this could have something to do with a land dispute that was unfavourably settled or something else completely unrelated.

Since there are plenty of Sirsa followers, not every Sirsa person who is robbed, killed, or has something else happen to him had it happen because he goes to the dera.

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You guys love to argue, yet know ZERO FACTS.

Lilly Kumar led mobs to attack Sikhs, and was one of the deras 15 member committee in mansa area. He got what was coming to him.

Thanks for the clarification. I didn't know that.

Were the civil authorities moving against him? (Was this the reason he was going to the courts?)

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You guys love to argue, yet know ZERO FACTS.

Lilly Kumar led mobs to attack Sikhs, and was one of the deras 15 member committee in mansa area. He got what was coming to him.

Thanks for the clarification. I didn't know that.

Were the civil authorities moving against him? (Was this the reason he was going to the courts?)

Yes, hindu authorities always move against Sikh killers, which world you living in. Just remember tytler, sajan, kps.

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Thanks for the clarification. I didn't know that.

Were the civil authorities moving against him? (Was this the reason he was going to the courts?)

Yes, hindu authorities always move against Sikh killers, which world you living in. Just remember tytler, sajan, kps.

bkand brother, you've provided a viangmei (sarcastic) slap, which I am grateful for, but hopefully someone familiar with the situation can provide the information we're looking for (whether the civil authorities were moving against this man).

We need this information to determine the justifiability of this move in accordance with Sikh ethics as defined by Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji. (It is justifiable to pick up the sword after all means have been exhausted. -- Zafarnama http://www.sikhiwiki.org/index.php/Zafarnama)

By a simple corollary, if all other means have not been exhausted, direct action is haram (prohibited).

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