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These Singhs are not used to getting female attention. If they got attention from 5'9" leggy model type Russian blondes, then they probably would have enough self confidence not to be swayed by h

The fact that this guy threw away his political career in order to marry her is example number 72,602,308 of how desperate singhs have become. (If you want to call this "trim singh" a "singh".) How th

Dewani definitely seems like a bottom. 😅   The tadka skills must be mind-blowing. 😅

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1. She looks much worse these days with her hair cut shorter

2. This whole story is really depressing. THREE thirsty Singhs basically had their lives ended or ruined. THREE thirsty Singhs. The real story is how desperate many Singhs are. I can't decide which of the three Singhs in the story is the most pathetic.

3. I'm not sure what to believe, but it seems like a real tragedy in any case

4. There is no excusing the behavior of Gagandip Singh and Harinder Shoker. But is it wrong to point out that they probably wouldn't have sunk to such depths if they weren't so thirsty and desperate for women? It reminds me of those stories of incel white kids going crazy and killing people. 

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13 hours ago, Premi5 said:

She should keep a low profile for the remainder of her life. 

It's strange how the husband, who is in politics chose to marry her and tarnish his image

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8175037/mundill-mahil-honeytrap-lured-tv-exec-death-mayoress/

Honeytrap student who lured millionaire TV exec to his gruesome death is  now wife of rising Labour star and 'about to become a MAYORESS'

 

Even has a personal website

 

The fact that this guy threw away his political career in order to marry her is example number 72,602,308 of how desperate singhs have become. (If you want to call this "trim singh" a "singh".) How thirsty and pathetic can one be?

I have noticed a trend of somewhat successful singhs gladly settling down with women who few other people want (because of a tarnished reputation, or because they are way past their "sell-by" date, etc.). Usually, when these women were younger and in demand, they would have never considered a singh. But after it becomes obvious that they are struggling to settle down (because of their various issues) and are getting old, they are happy to settle for a simp with a pagh as long as he has some status/money.

 

This Bola guy probably thought to himself: "I wear a turban (and can't do a decent job tying it), and I am overweight and kind of ugly. But somehow a girl is talking to me! Isn't this amazing?! I should marry her!! Who cares if it kills my career? It will totally be worth it!!!"

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I had not realised

https://www.ilfordrecorder.co.uk/news/crime/cranbrook-councillor-singh-bola-steps-away-from-redbridge-mayor-role-3198384

Published: 11:15 AM January 15, 2019    Updated: 9:04 AM October 13, 2020
 

Cllr Varinder Singh-Bola has stepped away from the role of Mayor of Redbridge - Credit: Archant

Redbridge’s newly selected mayor has stepped down to “shield” his family from the public after his appointment caused his wife’s past to be dredged up by the media.

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If I saw her in the gurdwara or in the "community " I would not give her any blind bit of notice. 

The reality is that the majority of the sangat would be indifferent .

Classic story of her friendzoning Amandip Singh guy. She basically used him as an orbiter and he looks like he wanted more out of "their friendship ".  He had some level oneitis and she found it creepy. As a lot of girls at this age like the attention but will not give this guy the time of day.

The Shoker is the bad boy she liked, if she came from a conservative background then he would be the exciting one. But it seems he was also courting her attention also. 

A lot girls get off on two guys fighting over her. Obviously things took a turn for the worse. She basically used one guy against the other and it backfired on her.

But now she has paid for her crime and I don't think we should give her any more attention than she deserves. 

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9 hours ago, Ranjeet01 said:

If I saw her in the gurdwara or in the "community " I would not give her any blind bit of notice. 

The reality is that the majority of the sangat would be indifferent .

Classic story of her friendzoning Amandip Singh guy. She basically used him as an orbiter and he looks like he wanted more out of "their friendship ".  He had some level oneitis and she found it creepy. As a lot of girls at this age like the attention but will not give this guy the time of day.

The Shoker is the bad boy she liked, if she came from a conservative background then he would be the exciting one. But it seems he was also courting her attention also. 

A lot girls get off on two guys fighting over her. Obviously things took a turn for the worse. She basically used one guy against the other and it backfired on her.

But now she has paid for her crime and I don't think we should give her any more attention than she deserves. 

 

Wrong. Shoker was not the "bad boy" that she liked. Read this article (and others). She friendzoned him, but he was still deeply infatuated with her, even stating that he was ready to go to prison for 20+ years for her.

 

Shoker was another desperate, thirsty singh. His thirstiness and desperation made him completely lose touch with reality to the point where he committed a heinous crime and is now spending the prime of his life behind bars all to impress some girl who just used him as a low-rent thug.

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1 hour ago, californiasardar1 said:

 

Wrong. Shoker was not the "bad boy" that she liked. Read this article (and others). She friendzoned him, but he was still deeply infatuated with her, even stating that he was ready to go to prison for 20+ years for her.

 

Shoker was another desperate, thirsty singh. His thirstiness and desperation made him completely lose touch with reality to the point where he committed a heinous crime and is now spending the prime of his life behind bars all to impress some girl who just used him as a low-rent thug.

Well I stand corrected then.

 

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On 3/6/2021 at 5:18 PM, puzzled said:

What is the sangats view on people like Mundill Mahil?  do you accept her back into the community?  Should we? or shouldn't we? 

What's your say on this? Should we be forgiving and accepting? or no? 

Guru Nanak Dev ji forgave many murderers.  

Remain neutral. I don't see why anyone would want to get involved either way. If she's internally absolved herself of blame and responsibility, my appraisal of her means next to nothing to her.

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On 3/6/2021 at 1:58 PM, Premi5 said:

That maybe so.

But how can she be allowed to do us ? Clearly she has powerful friends in the media

She allowed a man to be killed through her own desire for revenge

Her history tells us that she has a good brain, but I still get my impression she cannot be trusted . Her husband is a friend of the 'City Sikhs. 

This ain't that uncommon. Look at that gandu who had his wife killed in South Africa. The authorities gave him a free pass here. 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6015765/Millionaire-nursing-home-boss-Shrien-Dewani-finds-love-new-boyfriend.html

If you're a straight man of colour - the establishment try and crucify you as some neanderthal misogynistic pussoo at every opportunity. It's a game that they've played for centuries now. Others they cover up for. 

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On 3/6/2021 at 5:18 PM, puzzled said:

What is the sangats view on people like Mundill Mahil?  do you accept her back into the community?  Should we? or shouldn't we? 

I think this is a personal choice. Well over a decade ago, I met a mate at a pub. A football match was on, and it was ram packed with apnay (personally I'm not remotely interested in football). I noticed my pal was talking to some fairly attractive broad, but paid no attention to it, and just soaked in the scene of hordes of apnay (many with turbans) cheering at the TV screen like lemmings.

After we left, he told me who she was...... 

A few years earlier there was a shocking case of an apna burning himself and his children to death in his car, in front of his estranged wife's house (in Forest Gate if I recall correctly). She had been having an affair with a sullah behind his back apparently. The chick I saw in the pub, was this b1tch.  

Although I could never condone the actions of the husband, (if he wanted to off himself, why take the kids along with him??), I still feel that the women's careless actions and attitude, contributed to the situation.

That I saw her in a pub acting like nothing a go-on a few years later sends a chill down my spine. I told my pal, I wouldn't have talked to a girl like that myself.   

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Its tragic what happened, young person with his whole life ahead of him got murdered in such a barbaric way. I remember back when it happened people were questioning why he being an amritdhari was in a relationship etc   He was a young man and probably was very much in love with that crazy woman. It does sound like he was a bit obsessed but breakups do make people do weird things. She probably told him she will marry him and live happily ever after etc 

If your trying to be a practicing Sikh then you really should stay away from relationships, its makes you do wrong things and Sikhi no longer remains a priority. But when you're young, like they were, you get carried away with it all. Look how this guy ended simply because he made that girl his priority. 

She's quite an average looking bird, not sure why all these Singhs are obsessing, killing, going prison, sacrificing careers/opportunities over her!   She must have that "something"  

Who knows, BBC or the ITV  might decide to turn it into a crime drama!  their trying to use as many brown/black actors as they can these days. 

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1 hour ago, dallysingh101 said:

I think this is a personal choice. Well over a decade ago, I met a mate at a pub. A football match was on, and it was ram packed with apnay (personally I'm not remotely interested in football). I noticed my pal was talking to some fairly attractive broad, but paid no attention to it, and just soaked in the scene of hordes of apnay (many with turbans) cheering at the TV screen like lemmings.

After we left, he told me who she was...... 

A few years earlier there was a shocking case of an apna burning himself and his children to death in his car, in front of his estranged wife's house (in Forest Gate if I recall correctly). She had been having an affair with a sullah behind his back apparently. The chick I saw in the pub, was this b1tch.  

Although I could never condone the actions of the husband, (if he wanted to off himself, why take the kids along with him??), I still feel that the women's careless actions and attitude, contributed to the situation.

That I saw her in a pub acting like nothing a go-on a few years later sends a chill down my spine. I told my pal, I wouldn't have talked to a girl like that myself.   

So you don't talk to any women 

 

Does't make sense

 

How did you know she was a 'wrong un' ?

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