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Just seen on Sikh Channel that Drayton Manor kicked out Sikh Youth for carring a Kirpan, and told him if he want to stay in park and go on rides he must remove his Kirpan & wear a 1" Kirpan on a chain around his neck...! :<Edited>: :<Edited>:

Please All Voice Your Disapprovement on the Drayton Manor Park Facebook....!

http://www.facebook.com/DraytonManorPark?ref=ts&sk=wall#!/DraytonManorPark

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That's slightly rude. Yes, because people who leave school don't know what day of the week it is. Stop being so obnoxious. How are these youngsters meant to know the "laws governing our 5K;s"? You don

Is that the best approach? Do we really want this to become a bigger issue? If taken to the vote most of the Country would agree with the decision made by the park Be careful what you say We are k

Pretty sure this is not the right attitude to have. If it was up to you, we'd probably not wear kirpans at all in a few years. If you simply sit back and let this happen, it will never stop. Slowly, t

Is that the best approach?

Do we really want this to become a bigger issue?

If taken to the vote most of the Country would agree with the decision made by the park

Be careful what you say

We are known as peaceful people by most in this country

Surely this can be sorted with closed doored discussions with drayton manor

Ive been loads and not had a problem as mine is concealed as it should be in public

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We should send a delegation of Sikhs to meet the management.

The person who kicked him out was probably a school leaver who doesn't know what day of the week it is, let alone the laws governing our 5K's. Sit down with the management, show them recent cases, they would want to avoid a adverse media attention with holiday season approaching.

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Assume you are a peace loving gora and ask what's the.need. to carry in.this society..which.was.for the times when Swords ruled. I was asked this questions and honestly couldn't convince him with every kind of evidence. He asked if I am going to use it if required.

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Vaheguru jee ka khalsa Vaheguru jee ki fateh

This is proper wakk man what 'elder' in bham allowed this?? and btw when i do isnaan in mornings i wear a necklace kirpan and hang my kirpan up near me to save it from gettin wet and rusty is that a bad thing ?

Vaheguru jee ka khalsa Vaheguru jee ki fateh

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The same happened when a group of 100+ Sikhs visited the park a couple of years ago as a day trip during a Gurmat Camp. We were told that no one with a Kirpan would be allowed in, this was surprising as we had been visiting for many years and had faced no previous problems. We were then told that this was happening as recently someone carrying a kirpan had been approached and was now going through legal channels. It was decided by the camp organisers that as we were there and money had already been paid, all people carrying Kirpans were asked to conceal them during the visit and the day was spent there without any hassles. I dont know if any if the group refused to conceal etc. As mentioned, this happened a few years ago, summer 2007.

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That singh whoever he is needs to be pesh in front of some singhs and apologise in my opinion and get a punishment

This is because we have agreed to keep it concealed and we broke the promise

That's my opinion

I am really suprised at your comments. For a Singh who has such a beautiful Khalsa Roop, tall dumalla, bana and Kirpan over the top, your comments are worrying. Why should the Singh go Pesh???? He has not done anything wrong! What promise are you on about??? We adhere to one promise, and that is to follow the Rehat given by Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaj.

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Thorpe Park asked a group of singh's to leave after another vistor complained about a visible kirpan, singh's have been escorted out of costco and tescos for wearing visible kirpans. Often it's due to complaints from othern shoppers rather than establishment themselves.

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Vaheguru jee ka khalsa Vaheguru jee ki fateh

This is proper wakk man what 'elder' in bham allowed this?? and btw when i do isnaan in mornings i wear a necklace kirpan and hang my kirpan up near me to save it from gettin wet and rusty is that a bad thing ?

Vaheguru jee ka khalsa Vaheguru jee ki fateh

Tie gatra around ur keski so that your kirpan is still on you.

Why can't people just wear kirpans under their clothes when going to places where people will stare and complain. A pretty simple solution if you ask me

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