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Dear forum members/Bailat Da Shere,

Yesterday someone began a thread about the hypocrisy that exists within our religion and how those that pretenD to lead us, do in fact have other agenda's regarding their own advancement within our community, using Sikhi as a front.

The debate was gathering pace and it was an open discussion with many eye opening facts emerging about this so called 'member of the faith'.

Yet you have pulled the plug on the topic. May i have asked why? Is he a senior member of the forum who demanded you withdraw the link. If that is the case, then you are clearly not operating the forum on the basis of which such an entity is set up.

Remember something brothers and sisters, there is no smoke without fire.

Please reinstate the debate.

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Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh,

We sewadars do not know the person in question nor he is any way affiliated to SikhSangat. The reason for closing the topic is we had recieved complaints from other members that baseless nindya was being carried out hence it was removed.

Please be advised that SikhSangat will never allow baseless slandering of individuals of any sort. You are most welcome to engage Sangat in debate if you feel someone has gone against the core Gurmat Maryada and/or against Sri Akal Takht Sahib Jee. But apart from that, we shall not tolerate any mudslinging based on personal vendetta against individuals.


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