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8 hours ago, Kaurr said:

 

I saw some of those comments on that RSS supported video, bro waheguru waheguru, what the hell is wrong with some of our people.

Like what the hell was wrong with kpsgill, bittu, badals, capitan etc lol

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no vast majority Sikhs UK dont like them and they block us when they get called out...but the British gov like in*dia likes its version on 'Sikhs'..also same in Canada they have those too.. Bhoga

YESSSS There's test matches going on between India and Australia here right now and the amount of Sikhs with a multicoloured pag I see is concerning. Nothing annoys me more. Hate Indian Cricket.

From what I remember, right after that General Dyer bloke did the massacre at Jallianwala Bagh, he went to majithias place to stay and have dinner. During British rule, it was these people in charge o

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18 hours ago, Kau89r8 said:

we also have the Rami ra*nger  and the amandeep bhogal UK versions 

Not sure who they, I just googled them and they look like the sort that love the Queen and want to desperately get knighted by her. 

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7 hours ago, Kau89r8 said:

Like what the hell was wrong with kpsgill, bittu, badals, capitan etc lol

Many of the current ruling families of Punjab have been ruling Punjab for centuries, getting rid of them would be like trying to get rid of the Windsors from the UK. They are too powerful to remove. One can only wonder how much land and wealth these devilish families own.

Capt Amrinder's family have been ruling Punjab since the mid 18th century, Majithias sardars used to have important roles in the Sikh empire. They are like aristocrat families. 

They been ruling Punjab for centuries.

Capt Amrinder got his grandson married to a girl from a Royal family of Himachal Pradesh. They want to keep the Royal blood "pure" you see. 

Like a lot of mistresses, Aroosa Alam, Captains wh0re from Pakistan, also comes from a influential family. 

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12 hours ago, puzzled said:

Many of the current ruling families of Punjab have been ruling Punjab for centuries, getting rid of them would be like trying to get rid of the Windsors from the UK. They are too powerful to remove. One can only wonder how much land and wealth these devilish families own.

Capt Amrinder's family have been ruling Punjab since the mid 18th century, Majithias sardars used to have important roles in the Sikh empire. They are like aristocrat families. 

They been ruling Punjab for centuries.

Capt Amrinder got his grandson married to a girl from a Royal family of Himachal Pradesh. They want to keep the Royal blood "pure" you see. 

Like a lot of mistresses, Aroosa Alam, Captains wh0re from Pakistan, also comes from a influential family. 

Have you seen this

Hes a Brahman disused as 'Singh'......Read somewhere his kids married to hinduvstas .....Also his brother in law is fully panthic supports Sant ji and not sure if this is true but one of his son is support of Khalistan..or could be a rumor........apple doesnt fall from the tree

Badals net worth is read 20-50million but could have alot black money hid in swiss banks like his

Sad thing is, it'll either be bittu once he's gone, his kids or Navjot Sidhu who is not a Sikh but  Hindu and praised kps gill

Also you know rami ranger, his father was for separate Sikh state..read he advocated for  Sikh state after partition

 

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12 hours ago, puzzled said:

 

Harsimran Badal is a descendant of that family, now she is married into the Badal clan, you see how they are all linked.

 

 

And top of that they are were close to kps gill etc the police Sandeep saini who got bail from Indian court for Punjab killings is also close to them

What bunch of k*anjars 

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https://www.thenational.scot/news/19607425.thousands-sign-petition-urging-boris-johnson-sack-priti-patel/

Thousands sign petition urging Boris Johnson to sack Priti Patel

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The petition calls for Priti Patel to resign as Home Secretary or for Boris Johnson to sack her

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The petition calls for Priti Patel to resign as Home Secretary or for Boris Johnson to sack her

 

MORE than 6000 people have signed an online petition in just two days calling for Home Secretary Priti Patel to resign or for Boris Johnson to sack her.

The petition follows the dismissal of an appeal for the extradition of three men – known as the West Midlands Three – by the Indian government, over the high-profile murder of Rulda Singh, leader of a political group in India, who was shot dead there in 2009.

Last week the case at Westminster Magistrates Court was dismissed because of a lack of evidence, after which human rights lawyer Gareth Pierce said: “It is an extraordinarily serious matter that a [Indian] government, knowing that the evidence it has, can go against three men in another country with the hope to obtain their extradition to India.”7

Edward Fitzgerald QC, representing one of the three, said the extradition request was “made on the basis of wholly unsubstantiated allegations”.

Mankamal Singh, a London born Sikh who is an advisor to The Sikh Network, said what the Indian government did not tell the court was that there had already been trials over the alleged murder with different suspects in India who had all been acquitted.

 

“The judgments in those cases even said that the same evidence produced, again and again, had been fabricated, witnesses were coerced and they also did not say what the prosecution claimed they had said,” he said.

Pierce commented: “How can it be that the prosecutors can try and try and try again on the same discredited evidence?

“In some ways, it’s a disappointment that this case has finished in this court without the defence evidence being heard.”

The case has already led to Preet Kaur Gill, ahair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for British Sikhs, demanding answers from Patel over concerns that the extradition request had been certified despite the previous investigations and no credible new evidence.

Mankamal Singh added: “The reality of the past few years, with the incarceration of British born Jagtar (Jaggi) Singh Johal in India and disinclination by the Foreign Secretary to engage with the family, demonstrates the current Conservative Government has come to believe that those who advocate for Sikh rights are a fringe that can be persecuted without fear of a community backlash.

“The horrific treatment of Jagtar Singh Johal and the West Midlands Three is being interpreted as a ‘diplomatic gift’ from the UK to India to boost post-Brexit trade relations.

“This is not the first time that British Sikhs have felt that they can be used by the Government as a political pawn with impunity.”

Jaggi Singh – a Scot – was "kidnapped" by Indian authorities while shopping with his wife more than 1400 days ago.

He is still in jail, pending trial and facing a potential death sentence over a confession he said was signed under torture, including electrocution.

UN agencies have petitioned the Indian government over his treatment and two international charities have taken up his case.

Although most of the signatories to the petition are from the Sikh community, updates to the petition show increasing support from non-Sikhs, including from Jennifer Horwood, who wrote: “Priti Patel is unfit to hold such high office,” and Phillipa Thornton, who added: “Priti Patel should not be part of any government with her extreme right wing views.”

 
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On 9/25/2021 at 2:29 PM, jkvlondon said:

yes all these guys who survived to claim 'aristo' titles were ghadar/traitors of the highes order, look at all the actual akalis and sikh loyalists they were assasinated , imprisoned  etc

Was it both the badals and captian who had dinner with capt dyer... 

Really hard to believe how Capt was a Khalsitani once..his brother in law is full advocate for Khalistani..

Badals have always been ghaddars its in their bloodline both are.....

Only matter time when their kids start ruling Panjab ..

 

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