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There are many pictures of this couple but if we publish them, we are revealing their identities and this thread will be closed, As far as we know there is no YouTube video as such about them but th

Vaheguroo Ji Ka Khalsa Vaheguroo Ji Ki Fateh Keeping in line with the rules of the forum. We are re-posting this message and keeping personal identities as gupt as possible but at the same time tryin

Great post. With the knowledge and application of gurbani, not just the ritual reading of it, we become gurbani- and such rituals and superstitions mean nothing for we are beyond them- When we Truly A

It is damaging to the panth what these people. They make people loose faith in Sikhs by their actions, and push some Sikhs into cynism by cheating them using the name of Sikhism.

If anyone is making money, conning or cheating people out of wealth using dirty tactics and using name of Sikhism then Sangat should not allow this.

The counter arguement to this would be our politicians are doing this all the time yet we allow them!

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Hanji Pehnji this investigation is as a result of the thread you mentioned

We were made aware that they were many people affected, even sangat aboard, but are too scared to come forward.

This is a benti to such individuals to get in touch and share your experiences...without fear or intimidation.

As this matter is being escalated, it will only be a matter of time before the accused are exposed to the whole sikh panth...and we must respect the rules of Sikh Sangat...thank you for letting us use this platform to bring awareness

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I live in the midlands, but havent come across this news its the first i have heard. Thanks for creating the awarness i will keep my eyes and ears open if i hear or see anything i will report it on here...

However i do recall there was a youtube video about an amritdhari couple in the smethwick area engaged in anti sikh activities not sure if thats related or is a seperate issue i maybe totally wrong.

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VJKK VJKF!

i am disgraced at such actions as how can one call them self Baba Deep Singh who had a nitnem beyond what any of us today can imagine. Such a mahaan shaheeds aatma back on earth...someone will have a lot to answer for! And calling yourself mata Bhaag Kaur ji....what gives anyone this right?!NOTHING!

If a heavenly soul did get sent to earth, they wouldnt be revealing themselves to the world as the couple mentionned..as these souls remain gupt and do what vaheguru sends them down to do....no true such soul brags they are such...this is just a sign of haumai and ego and serious lack of respect for our sikh history!

Guru ji will bring the truth out. I will email details on the email address given...thankyou for starting this thread.

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No never. I avoid such people.

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There are many pictures of this couple but if we publish them, we are revealing their identities and this thread will be closed,

As far as we know there is no YouTube video as such about them but they are not from Smethwick, it's the Sandwell and DUDLEY area...

WaheGuru Ji why do we hesitate to speak the truth these days? Just generally , not aimed at you. We need to let the Sangat know, it's simple. There are already so many Paapi's out there that mislead Sikhs away from the real Sikhi. Just remeber we have to answer to Maharaj. Benti in your Charan, please do not hesitate to let the truth out. We are all one family and we wouldn't want any harm to come to any individual.

Maharaj Kirpa Karan.

Pull Chuk Maaf :waheguru:

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