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I saw a thread earlier on here about Khalsa Secondary School and opposition from local community.

Just a questions to anyone involved and will be able to respond (and the sangat to think about), will this be another AKJ/Missionary school?

It is a well known fact that the likes of Dhunda and other hardcore missionary come to the primary school in slough, it even had Ragi there when he wasn't kicked out.

No well respected Kathavachak (Bhai Pinderpal Singh, Giani Jangbir Singh, Nihang Mehtab Singh etc (i.e all non AKJ's)) so many come to UK every-year or even no well known kirtani (except AKJ kirtani and bhai harjinder singh shri nagar vale) come to the primary school.

It is going to be another centre for AKJ parchaar in London and their families to utilize, or will the new school be asset to the London Sikh Community or just another building making good money?

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You guys are missing the point.

AKJ in midlands are good guys, they STAND with the panth when comes to satkar/panthic issues etc. They see the bigger picture.

AKJ London are the opposite and cultish. Ask any singh in london, they will agree.

They are only open to members of their group - hence their buildings are used only for their group parchaar.

Proatice brother, i think the truth has hurt you a little.

Its not about version - its about narrow minds!

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You guys are missing the point.

AKJ in midlands are good guys, they STAND with the panth when comes to satkar/panthic issues etc. They see the bigger picture.

AKJ London are the opposite and cultish. Ask any singh in london, they will agree.

They are only open to members of their group - hence their buildings are used only for their group parchaar.

Proatice brother, i think the truth has hurt you a little.

Its not about version - its about narrow minds!

There isn't a separate AKJ London and midlands, they all come under AKJ UK. Seems you have a particular problem with AKJ type parchar..

You still haven't said what your problem with it is, have you tries approaching them to do a prog?

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That's the problem with our people. When we have Sikh resources being built or parchar being done by fellow Sikhs we can't stand it and try to pull them down.

We need to stand or support each other. If not that at least we should not try to put it down with discouraging attitude.

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