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It seems like baba joginder Singh has joined with balbir Singh. What are your thoughts on this? There is a video on Facebook if somebody can find it.

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does this even matter the budha dal isnt even relevant anymore, when's the last time you heard nihang singh saving the panth. the only thing there active on is facebook and instragram taking pictures of themselves and acting tuff.

they own couple of gurdwaras the money is coming in they have nothing to worry about.

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It might not matter to you but it's a puratan samprada from guru Ji's time like damdami taksal.

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It might not matter to you but it's a puratan samprada from guru Ji's time like damdami taksal.

im talking about baba joginder Singh joining with

balbir Singh, what would that change in the panth if true. shouldnt the budha dal be fighting to release those political prisoners bapu ji is on hunger strike for. this is when we need the budha dal.

the budha dal is suppose to be Guru Ki Fauj

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With the exception of the Baba Bidhi Chand nihungs, the nihungs spend peacetime pretending to be ready for wartime. But when wartime actually came to the Sikhs (1984 to now) the nihungs were nowhere to be seen....instead they ran and hid. The days of these lazy drug addicted layabouts being able to hoodwink us into thinking they are warriors is well and truly over. They proved what they really are in 1984.

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SadSingh bro ur totally right.

Bhang and alcohol using nangs have been irrelavant for over a 100years now since when they were working on behalf of Hindu Mahants + their British Empire handlers to corrupt all our Gurdwara's until the Akali Singh Sabha Lehar of that time kicked them out.

Santa Sin put the nail in the coffin of the legacy of the name Budha Dal by working for Indira Gandhi making them irrelavant to the present.

Same thing with DamDami Taksal the only samparda that openly and actively campaigned for Indira Gandhi and Congress in the 1980 elections leading to Indira Gandhi gaining the prime ministership and thereby allowing her to begin her Genocide against Sikhs.

All our mahaan shaheeds of June 1984 and greats like Justice Khalra and Bhai Beant Singh, Bhai Satwant Singh all said that only the Sikh Panth matters and fake labels attached to samparda, jatha, biraderi all need to destroyed so that are one united Sikh Panth

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The story of the Budha Dal is the one of the greatest tragedies in Sikh history. To think that the order which once led the Sikh Panth through its darkest days and could boast such illustrious Gursikhs as Baba Binod Singh, Nawab Kapur Singh and Akali Phoola Singh, could then become a byword for collaboration and betrayal because of that corpulent prima-donna Santa Singh, is very painful.

The Budha Dal was founded in order to protect the Sikh people and their shrines. That was it's only reason to exist. It failed on both these counts, spectacularly. Why then is it still necessary? Why should any Sikh care who is at the head of this defunct relic when the widows and orphans that its betrayal helped to create are still crying out for justice?

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It might not matter to you but it's a puratan samprada from guru Ji's time like damdami taksal.

How much longer are they going to ride on their olden days status? They're not even 1/10th of what they used to be. The nihangs of today don't deserve respect just because of what old nihangs were like. They're lazy good for nothing bums.

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With the exception of the Baba Bidhi Chand nihungs, the nihungs spend peacetime pretending to be ready for wartime. But when wartime actually came to the Sikhs (1984 to now) the nihungs were nowhere to be seen....instead they ran and hid. The days of these lazy drug addicted layabouts being able to hoodwink us into thinking they are warriors is well and truly over. They proved what they really are in 1984.

They didn't run and hide they were actually capable of defending themselves which is why you didn't see Nihangs getting beaten up my Muppet wimp <banned word filter activated> gangs with sticks in the Delhi massacres and across punjab.

If every Sikh followed Guru Sahibs hukum and carried shastar when training and knowledge in their usage they wouldn't be getting beaten up by average muppets with a few sticks.

Fact is we are a sleeping ceromonial kaum the relevance of sant sipahi lifestyle is lost.

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Just wondering what you guys have done for the panth ?

Easy to point fingers.

can you please give me a list of all the things i have to do for the panth before i can critique what the budha dal is doing wrong.

i guess we shouldnt criticise badal or any political party because they will ask us what have we done for the nation

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@ SadSingh how about u start using bhang, imbibing alcohol + start bowing to 3 granths?

Once u do that + a few havans + start praising Santa Sin + the nangs that fought for the Hindu Mahants in the 1920's

... then finally u might be able to say something about those who supported Indira Gandhi and the Hindu Mahants

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They didn't run and hide they were actually capable of defending themselves which is why you didn't see Nihangs getting beaten up my Muppet wimp <banned word filter activated> gangs with sticks in the Delhi massacres and across punjab.

If every Sikh followed Guru Sahibs hukum and carried shastar when training and knowledge in their usage they wouldn't be getting beaten up by average muppets with a few sticks.

Fact is we are a sleeping ceromonial kaum the relevance of sant sipahi lifestyle is lost.

Now, I may be wrong, but it seems to me like you just mocked/took shots at the victims in Delhi and try to throw the blame on them. Isolated Sikhs set upon by government armed mobs, with a lot more than "a few sticks" while their own weapons were confiscated by police. What did any of your nihang buddies do to get revenge or at least protect Sikhs in Punjab in later years? Nothing, except get high, sit on your &lt;banned word filter activated&gt;, doing pooja, worshipping devi devta. Nihangs are only tough when they face poor villagers.

Wasnt a jatha of nihangs supposed to go to Saharanpur? Lmao.

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Just wondering what you guys have done for the panth ?

Easy to point fingers.

I'm afraid I can't tell you much about what I've done for the panth Veerji, but I can tell you about some of the things I didn't do for the panth.

- I didn't stand idly by as Sikhs were being set on fire, whilst being armed to the teeth and calling myself Guru Sahib's Laadli Fauj.

- I didn't accept blood money from the Sarkaar which killed my people, to rebuild Akaal Takhat Sahib in this same Sarkaar's name.

- I didn't resist every request to lend my support to the pan-Sikh Dharam Yudh Morcha because I thought I deserved to be the leader of all Sikhs.

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Now, I may be wrong, but it seems to me like you just mocked/took shots at the victims in Delhi and try to throw the blame on them. Isolated Sikhs set upon by government armed mobs, with a lot more than "a few sticks" while their own weapons were confiscated by police. What did any of your nihang buddies do to get revenge or at least protect Sikhs in Punjab in later years? Nothing, except get high, sit on your <banned word filter activated>, doing pooja, worshipping devi devta. Nihangs are only tough when they face poor villagers.

Wasnt a jatha of nihangs supposed to go to Saharanpur? Lmao.

Government armed mobs ? These weren't trained fighters they were just local tramps and "gunday" who were issued with iron rods mainly and yes wooden sticks. Only on isolated cases were weapons taken from Sikhs, most of them had no weapons or any martial training.

The mobs didn't have ak47's and rocket launchers. The question is why are sikhs not "tyar bar tyar". 1 vs Sava lakh is the standard. You see the same in Punjab today 4 or 5 Punjab police with lathhis are easily able to disperse large groups of protestors... The standard really has dropped..

Why look to the Nihangs to protect you ? its every Sikhs duty to protect themselves and others.

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