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If you are an honest person. In your next post you will tell everyone here what shivteg singh a missionary parcharak did in ontario behind closed doors with a woman.

Honesty is in the eye of the beholder so i'm only as honest as you assume i am, Shivteg Singh, all i know about him is what i read in the press, that he got caught out behind closed door with a married woman and they weren't playing Monopoly, what relevance it has to to my original post, who know's.

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from my sources-

this event called "Parkash" was designed to collect funds because Nanaksar Trust and school management did some dodgy deals where they lost money. To recover that this event was suggested. Everything from langar to the "pandal" is done by (sorry but "ignorant") sewadars. When its a paid service there are always issues/delays in getting the payment. They run series of meeting where different ways of collecting money are discussed which including asking children to carry buckets, staff being pressurized to get volunteers for donations sign-up. They ask for direct debit like many other shady charities for a continuous source of income.

yes there are lots and lots of people who would go there unaware of the concept behind these kinds of shows. But i think we should educate people.

You want to do charity- keep a golak at your house and put money in it what you would normally put into such events. Then do charity with your own hands. Just because of the ignorance of these people many many babas enjoy a luxury life style. Have a they worked hard themselves? NO

Nanaksar is increasing its presence in these rich countries. why? because when people are away from punjab they feel more and they "feed" more frauds.

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Interesting post but definitely not coincidental around the parkash event time so meh! Seems dodgy! Plus I've been to the parkash event last year and am going again this year with family from Canada, looks great amazing sewa and brings a lot of sangat together. My kids learnt loads about sikhi last year, hopefully they attend the school next year because I want them to know about their religion and our culture. Such negativity, this isn't what our gurus taught us! I don't know much about this baba but whatever he is doing seems to be working in helping others and teaching kids in this day and age about Sikhi because I have never seen the place so busy or a school so great for our apney people! Defo recommend to others to come this weekend and check it out.

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Its evidence from a court case. Not dodgy.

Great that you have been to Parkash. On the pretext of teaching kids punjabi (which should be voluntarily done and should be free) how many kids did you see with collection baskets? Why do they need "golak" st the front?

Why do they ask for "collection" -again voluntarily whenever there is a program in school? Why do they have staff with direct debit forms running around asking people to sign-up with specific targets to meet?

Who are they helping- some kids in India and on by showing their pictures they are building their empire? All on donated land and huge donations from abroad by people like mentioned in the case above?

If you don't know the baba then why would you go and attend? This is what most people will do and are filling their coffers.

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Yes typical to slander around this time. The school has done a lot for kids and my kids go there. The parkash is packed from what I see on TV? Will be going tomorrow with all my friends and family. Sad that sikhs have nothing better to do than bring people down who do good. Despite all the stories at least good is being done, more than what we do hiding behind our keyboards.

Slandering or trying to awake people? Ignorant sheeps following other sheeps and being targeted by individuals like Amar Singh Sidhu?

Please go and donate as much as you can. He needs lots of funds to help the poor and build more gudwaras for a bigger network and much bigger fund collection exercise.

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You really are quite stupid. It's not donated land it's bought by the charity. Go look it up on the land registry. Loans were taken to buy it and every religious school prior to the government changes were required to contribute 10% which amounts to 4 million when looking at the overall cost of the building project over two schools. As for parkash, yes it is a fund raising event similar to what other religious schools do, if you don't want to go then don't but don't talk rubbish without facts. The financial notice was given as the loans were taken out on land which belonged to the dfe by default and this was a breach of the agreement between the dfe and trust. They didn't pick it up until now when all this stuff about faith schools got messy.

This is common knowledge, the parents and wider community support the school and charity so carry on with your ridiculous campaign. It's never made an iota of a difference to the project before and I doubt it ever will.

Just came back from the kirtan, fantastic atmosphere and great for families. Most people, excluding our keyboard warrior friends will continue to attend every year.

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Its evidence from a court case. Not dodgy.

Great that you have been to Parkash. On the pretext of teaching kids punjabi (which should be voluntarily done and should be free) how many kids did you see with collection baskets? Why do they need "golak" st the front?

Why do they ask for "collection" -again voluntarily whenever there is a program in school? Why do they have staff with direct debit forms running around asking people to sign-up with specific targets to meet?

Who are they helping- some kids in India and on by showing their pictures they are building their empire? All on donated land and huge donations from abroad by people like mentioned in the case above?

If you don't know the baba then why would you go and attend? This is what most people will do and are filling their coffers.

This is negative and I can tell straight away you are probably someone trying to cause drama on the Internet with too much time on your hands!!

It's up to everyone if they want to donate and attend, it's helping my kids and I have made great friends with other parents from that school who have never spoken so negatively about it! I think you are misinformed because an event so successful and popular can't be as phoney as you suggest or I would have heard these type of comments and views a long time ago or so many people wouldn't keep coming to parkash every year and wanting to enrol their kids at this wonderful school or keep donating!

I am proud to be part of this community and will keep donating if it means improving our faith school and supporting our generations kids! Focus your time on doing good and less time hating on people on the Internet! You will be much happier! :)

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