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THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE ATTENDED UK DIWAANS OF SANT DHADRIANWALE AND HUNDREDS RECEIVED AMRIT

NIRVAIR KHALSA DAL CARS SMASHED IN UP

19th September 2011

Sant Baba Ranjit Singh Ji Dhadrianwale have left the UK to return to India on 15th September 2011 after the final Diwaan of their 2011 UK Visit for Gurmat Parchaar in which hundreds of people received Sri Guru Gobind Singh Sahib Maharaj Ji’s Amrit over the organised 8 Amrit Sanchaars that took place in different towns and cities across the UK. These new Amritdhari’s were seen by all the Sangat (and often on live television broadcasts) coming out the Amrit Sanchaar led by the Panj Pyaare into the Diwaan Hall.

Sant Dhadrianwale were accompanied by a Jatha of around 25-30 Sikh youths at all times while in the UK and were appreciated by UK Panthic Jathebandhia. Every Gurdwara Sahib where a Diwaan took place was overflowing with Sangat, be it weekend or weekday, and a truly amazing atmosphere was created in every Gurdwara Diwaan Hall. There was a large attendance by Sikh youth born and bred in the UK who find the Parchaar by Sant Dhadrianwale simple and straightforward to understand. These are trends that have been apparent every time Sant Dhadrianwale have been visiting the UK for Gurmat Parchaar since the year 2005.

In the UK, Sant Dhadrianwale commended Sikhs who work in their own country to ensure the Satkaar of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji is upheld at any cost, for example, the UK’s Satkaar campaign was applauded, as well as Gurmat camps organised for young Sikhs by youth organisations and the hard unflinching work of the Panthic Jathebandhia over the years.

Diwaans took place across the UK, including Wednesfield, Hayes, Derby, Leeds, Darlington, Newcastle, Smethwick, Bedford, Hitchin, West Bromwich, Walsall, Leicester, Coventry, Ilford, Gravesend, Willenhall, Birmingham and Wolverhampton.

Just before their return to India, Beadbi had happened to Guru Sahib Ji in Uttar Pradesh where Singh's of Nirvair Khalsa Dal sent by Sant Dhadrianwale and led by Jathedar Nirvair Singh of the Jathebandhi were in the forefront to assess and take control of the situation. The Jatha of Singh’s have been attacked in Uttar Pradesh by anti-Panthic miscreants and had their vehicles smashed. This was during the protests taking place as a result of the Beadbi, in which the Jathebandhi of Sant Dhadrianwale are taking the lead role.

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