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This network of sikh organisations is run by that lord singh . he is a rabid anti dasam granth campaigner, . his wife is the vice head of the world sikh council run from malaysia which has been at the forefront of anti-Dasam Granth movement and lies and false propoganda against Dasam Granth.

Is that why you have posted this here bj singh ? Are you are supporter of them because you like to share their programs on this forum a lot.


On a side note it was good to see on the Sikh Channel recently, the Africa Sikh program celebrating Guru Gobind Singh Ji's birth, contained lots of singing and quotes from Sri Dasme Patshah's Granth. This lord singh tried to get the "Sikh Council of Africa" to part with this granth and posed a series of questions to them. I contacted lord singh to discuss these 12 odd points with him, and he couldn't even answer my question on his first point. The I also highlighted the error in his publication. Then he stopped responding. And he calls himself an authority on Sikhi.


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I posted this in the post about Lord Indarjit but it's relevant here too:

The Global Sikh Council are die hard missionaries who aim to create a Sikh authority separate from the Akal Takht outside of India.

There are a group of Singhs in Malaysia who brought this to the attention of some of the Singhs here in the UK.

If you go on the GSC website and click on Council Info > Member Countries and Organizations you will see under the UK the member organisation is 'Network of Sikh Organisations' and guess who the Director of this organisation is? Yep it's our very own Laardy Laard - 'Lord' Indarjit Singh (http://nsouk.co.uk/management/)

Want more proof that the organisations and gurdware under this 'Global Sikh Council' are hardcore missionaries? Go to it's USA linked organisation page which is the 'American Sikh Council' and here you will see the books they recommend for children are written by the likes of Dilgeer and the Sikh Missionary College (https://americansikhcouncil.files.wordpress.com/2017/04/books-on-the-sikh-faith-for-children.pdf)

One of the 5 objectives per the constitution of the Global Sikh Council is "To follow the Rehat Maryada (Sikh Code of Conduct) passed in 1945 by the SGPC and none other (http://www.globalsikhcouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/150801_GSC-Constitution_By-laws.pdf)

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