Assuming that this is true, that doesn't mean Sikhs have to build places of worship for all religions in all places at all times. Situations change. Guru peacefully undertook martyrdom; later Guru ji took up the sword.
What might be appropriate for friendly Hindus in one specific village might not be the case for others elsewhere at another time.
The question is not whether any Gurmukh ever did anything to benefit a non-Sikh. It is this: is what Ravi Singh and KA doing, to the extent they are doing it and places they are doing it, beneficial for our Panth?
I don't know what country you live in bro, but what are you talking about? The airport in DC is named after Ronald Reagan. The airport in New York is named after JFK. Just about every school, park, and so on in Western countries is named after a politician or other prominent leader.
It might not seem like it, but just bother to look into the history of the town or village you live in and the street names, too. I mean, how many streets are named after Queen Victoria?
Just to clarify, this was not a list that I came up with. It was just the list from the video for people who don't want to bother listening to the video.
That said, I do that Master Tara Singh was far out of his league in negotiations. There was simply no way he could have matched the Cambridge educated Nehru and Ali Jinnah.
Many of our problems today stem from his ineffectiveness.