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Who are other parcharaks like Dhunda that we should be aware of?


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Have we got any video evidence of gulshan chatting crap, or any written? If so please put it up and it can be sent to takht sahib.

i have seen a video wherein gulshan is giving interview to raghbir samagh of vision tv and there in

he mocks at dasam bani being included in nitnem by laughing sarcastically.he is a known baiter

of panth.i am surprised how he got to manji sahib to do katha.at times you will find him sitting behind

ragis in darbar sahib.That proves his proximity to influential people in sgpc. what a mockery by sgpc

by allowing such people there.

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Additions added to the list on the first page:

  • Bibi Inderpal
  • Hardev Shergill (Sacramento)
  • Tarbedi Sinh (ex-Khalsa Primary School, Slough/UK)
  • Giani/Bhai Amrik Singh (Chandigarh) (Might be a shock to many like it was to me, but for a couple of months now it seems that he has fallen into the hands of the missionaries. Within the past few months he came on a couple of episodes of the Saturday morning weekly show called "Gurbani" on 'VisionTv' in Canada. That show is notorious for it's connections with Kala-Afghana, Missionaries, Darshan Ragi, etc. Aside from that, the missionaries themselves have been promoting him as well for a couple of months now. They don't promote people for no reason. There is clearly something going on it seems like to me. Sad, but true. He was a good parchaarak.)
  • Raghubir Samagh (Host of "Gurbani" show on 'VisionTv' in Canada)
  • Bibi Jugraj Batth
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Amrik of chandigarh is well known missionary in punjab's capital for many many years. Add "One Panth" to the list (onepanth.com)

onepanth.com even though it has associations with SikhRI and others, it seems to stay out of the religious/spiritual side of things and just focusing on human rights. So for now, we will keep it off the list, but we cannot let it slip under our radar either.

Additions added to the list on the first page:

  • Manjeet (Finland) (Singh Sabha Canada)
  • Baljeet (Delhi) (Singh Sabha Canada)
  • Sukhraj (Goindvaal) (Singh Sabha Canada)
  • Avtaar Missionary (Singh Sabha Canada)
  • Khalsa Nari Manch/Sikh Nari Manch - Relation with Singh Sabha Canada (as well as posting articles on that website), spokesman and possibly others
  • Dal Khalsa (Inexcusably and notoriously supported Dhunda in UK, as well as having article posted on Singh Sabha Canada website)
  • Karminder Dhillon ("Ph.D") (Boston) (ex-Malaysia possibly) (Singh Sabha Canada)
  • Charnjit Bal (Singh Sabha Canada)
  • Gurtej (Singh Sabha Canada)
  • Dalbir (New Delhi) (Singh Sabha Canada)
  • Mohan (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) (Singh Sabha Canada)
  • Gurmeet Barsal (California) (Singh Sabha Canada)
  • Parmjit Kesri (Singh Sabha Canada)
  • Mandeep Varnan (Singh Sabha Canada)
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