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12 minutes ago, puzzled said:

Saw this video on tiktok sikhyouth   a woman from indian media outside Singh Sabha gurdwara southall.

 

 

Why is she so against Sant Ji? Is this insignificant loner a Sikh or not? Can you provide some clarification as regards to her motives for doing this?

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2 minutes ago, kangw said:

Why is she so against Sant Ji? Is this insignificant individual or number a Sikh or not? Can you provide some clarification as regards to her motives for doing this?

these kinds of people are paid to do this

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Just now, RajKaregaKhalsa1 said:

these kinds of people are paid to do this

Who pays them? 

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5 minutes ago, kangw said:

Why is she so against Sant Ji? Is this number a Sikh or not? Can you provide some clarification as regards to her motives for doing this?

Just checked on linkedin and she is a foreign corespondent for India Today Group (Aaj Tak & Headlines Today)

Her name is Loveena Tandon, Hounslow    

Probably gnna send a video of sangat doing sewa with sant jis banner on top to the Aaj Tak news channel in India so they can make a dramatic headline.  

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Just now, puzzled said:

Just checked on linkedin and she is a foreign corespondent for India Today Group (Aaj Tak & Headlines Today)

Probably gnna send a video of sangat doind sewa with sant jis banner on top to the Aaj Tak news channel in India so they can make a dramatic headline.  

I see. They ought to be ashamed of themselves for spying on our gurdwara Sahibs like this.

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Just now, puzzled said:

Just checked on linkedin and she is a foreign corespondent for India Today Group (Aaj Tak & Headlines Today)

Probably gnna send a video of sangat doind sewa with sant jis banner on top to the Aaj Tak news channel in India so they can make a dramatic headline.  

Deepa Bhaji did another video exposing her on Sikh Youth UK

 

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1 minute ago, RajKaregaKhalsa1 said:

Deepa Bhaji did another video exposing her on Sikh Youth UK

 

i didnt know they did this    they basically could spy on us, or maybe they already actively do that      You just don't know who is in our gurdware these days.   

Someone like her could basically put a salwar suit on with chunni on her head and blend into sangat and see what we get up to and what we do parchaar about.

after seeing this   i think they are already doing that!  

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2 minutes ago, puzzled said:

after seeing this   i think they are already doing that!  

They have been spying on us for years. I don't really want us to disclose too much online because you never who will find out but they've been under our noses.

They're waiting to see if the lions have woken up yet.

 

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1 hour ago, Tamansingh123 said:

Government, Indian Government

That explains it all!  

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4 hours ago, RajKaregaKhalsa1 said:

these kinds of people are paid to do this

They could be payed or they are just very brainwashed that sant ji was a terrorist. Many people use one reason why sant ji is bad. people say that sant ji butchered and killed many innocent hindus. but in many photos u can see sant ji happily welcoming hindus to akal takht. He welcomed subramanian swamy. he wasnt killed. theres no prove that sant ji killed hindus himself. Many hindus even have stories of meeting sant ji and they say that they were openly welcomed. 

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The Indian government names airports and monuments after Indira Gandhi and her wretched son Rajiv and then have the gall to complain about things like this.

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