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Heaps of times the Admins of this website have made it loud and clear that this is a Sikh website and abusive language will not be tolerated here. This message has fell on deaf ears on some members here who have continued with their abusive language against senior members of our forum and they are not even on quality control.

Admins benti to do the needful please.

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Vaheguru ji Ka Khalsa
Vaheguru ji Ki Fateh, jio

Dhanyavaad for this topic ji. Insults can be done with good words too, and that behaviour is wrong too. I agree that this website is no place for profanity as well. Lets keep it clean.

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10 hours ago, JSinghnz said:

Heaps of times the Admins of this website have made it loud and clear that this is a Sikh website and abusive language will not be tolerated here. This message has fell on deaf ears on some members here who have continued with their abusive language against senior members of our forum and they are not even on quality control.

Admins benti to do the needful please.

Please use "Report Post" and we will take swift action. Repeatable offenders get the Quality moderation.

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13 hours ago, GuestSingh said:

aint good to be a hypocrite...

That's what I said but my comment was deleted lol 

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2 minutes ago, puzzled said:

That's what I said but my comment was deleted lol 

yh saw the posts bro, dont know why cause u said nothing wrong..

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1 hour ago, Unknownlost said:

Whatever happened to a right of a freedom of speech ? Isn't it a form of dictatorship having censorship on here ?

Freedom of speech comes with responsibility too.

Not rocket science is it?

 

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