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This is a direct attack on Sikhi by these masands! It is the duty of all Sikhs young & old to show their support in numbers next Saturday and let it be known that this type of beadbee will no longer be tolerated anywhere in the UK.

A huge bentee to everyone out there...please ensure you attend in large numbers!

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Press Release and Sangat Update Dudley, UK - 14 May 2011 www.SatkaarCampaign.blogspot.com Saturday 28 May 2011: Peaceful rally at GNSS Dudley Gurdwara All Sangat requested to recite Chaupai Sahib

Satkaar are bored and overly proud Sikhs, who needs a cause close to home ,because they are too afraid to go to India.

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Dudley, UK - 22 May 2011

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Akal Takhat Sahib Jathedaar confirms 2006 Sandesh still applies

Clarification on letter to Ramgarhia Sikh Temple, Birmingham

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!

As the UK Sangat may be aware, 5 Singh Sahibaan (including Jathedaar of Akal Takhat Sahib, Singh Sahib Giani Gurbachan Singh Ji) were present in the UK in the last week. The UK Sangat took this opportunity to seek the support and encouragement of Akal Takhat Sahib's Jathedaar for the Satkaar Campaign. Sevadaars have been informed that the Jathedaar gave statements supporting the Satkaar Campaign in Derby on Saturday 14 May, in Gravesend on Sunday 15 May, in West Bromwich on Monday 16 May and in Central London at Central Gurwara (Khalsa Jatha) on Wednesday 18 May 2011.

Importantly, the Jathedaar and his PA, Bhai Jaswinder Pal Singh Ji, confirmed that the 2006 Sandesh still applies in full force, and it is not superseded in any way by a letter from Akal Takhat Sahib to Ramgarhia Sikh Temple, Birmingham dated 31 March 2011. This letter is attached below:

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As the Sangat will see, this letter is very vague and it does not suggest that the 2006 Sandesh has been revoked. Unfortunately, we are aware that certain Gurdwara committees may be seeking to use this letter to continue justifying/re-starting their Manmat of permitting meat, alcohol, tobacco, parties and dancing on Gurdwara premises. We alluded to this letter in our Press Release of 5 May 2011, though as the Sangat will see, Bhai Jaswinder Pal Singh Ji (who is also the signatory of the letter to Ramgarhia Sikh Temple, Birmingham) clarifies beyond doubt that this letter does not undermine the 2006 Sandesh and that it still applies in full force, in the video below:

Rather than seeking to find clever ways to justify having meat, alcohol, tobacco, parties and dancing on Gurdwara premises, we would once again humbly request the relevant offending Gurdwara committees to come within the Gurmat-fold. This also applies to the GNSS Dudley Gurdwara committee, where the UK Sangat is reminded of, and requested to attend on Saturday 28 May 2011 from 2pm, a peaceful protest against a meat and alcohol party being held at GNSS Dudley Gurdwara.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh!

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This video completely clarifies that meat and sharab cannot be served in the Gurdwara or any Gurdara owned/affiliated building. If Ramgharia Gurdwara Graham Street are trying to go back on their own words and are thinking to allow parties (with or without meat/sharab) then they need to realise that this is just unacceptable and against Gurmat and the vidoe clarifies this!

This also applies to Dudley Gurdwara and all the Gurdwarae too!

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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

Dear Khalsa

You are the the Panth of the Pure ,the Cream of the Crop.

I'm just an ordinary member of Dudley Gurdwara's sangat ,I have made some donations to their projects ,

I hold it dear in my heart and should like to defend it's good name .

If the committee need to rent out the Community Centre, which is on the other side of the road ,and then put those much needed funds to good use in the Gurdawara ,is that not a means to an ends.

A Gurdwara is a separate entity to the buildings next to it or adjacent to it, just relating buildings because the title used to be in the same name. My grandfather a retired Soldier helped in the early days of the Gurdwara back in the seventies, How do you represent our Gurdwara ,if you never make a donation or do seva here ,but only interfere with our enterprises.

Have you ever built a Gurdwara from scratch ,through hard work and donations and then tried to keep it running.

You are not accountable for the running of the Gurdwara's community enterprises so why disrupt there endeavours.They must account to the Dudley sangat thats all.

Your campaign seems to be to coerce the committee into allowing only the same practices in separate buildings, as allowed in the Gurdwara ,so where does it end ,do we take our shoes off in Community Centres next. This is a Good Gurdwara ,they would never allow beadbi ,I trust the committee ,they are very good Sikhs .

What is this petty protest, Our Guru is not being disrespected, but his Dudley Sikhs are by you . Battle those being raped or killed in the world, that would be worthy of your mighty heritage. Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

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Mr Medare, Can you please explain how "very good Sikhs" can allow the Sangat's money be used for promoting meat and alcohol? Where/how does Sikhi allow this?

Why can't you accept that this practice has been outlawed by the highest authority for Sikhs?

Dear Self Proclaiming Warrior

The highest authority for Sikhs is God, and they are not promoting it , they are just allowing it ,as its not a sin to drink in a community centre, it's a separate place.

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SinghWarriorGeneral

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Dear Singh brother

I commend your respect of the Akaal ,I just believe subsidiarity is a better organising principle

(In other words let those who donate/contribute ,are on the ground as it were sort these issues out like they do with the day to day operating

No respect is being done to the Guru ,you have to draw a separate line between community Halls and Gurdwa,

Thanks for your comments, perhaps we can agree to disagree

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Dear brother

I love it in the same way you do,If I thought it was being disrespected I would be with you,let me qualify I have no allegiance to the committee, and now live 120 miles away, but because my childhood was spent there and I admire the instituition I did not like people interfering and especially if not contributing.

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