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The nihangs are supposed to be tyeaar baar tyeaar. Ready for battle at any moment. So where were the nihang Singhs during the attack on harimandir Sahib? Who has the answer to this?

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Some Babbar Khalsas were shaheed in the attack and there were some Nihang Singh's in the movement afterwards like some singh's listed on this website http://www.neverforget84.com/shaheeds.

However, their is a point here to take here. Today, and back then, the majority of Nihang Singh's did not do what they could have done with Shashtars. I will not say anything more.

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2 hours ago, Guest AnonSengh said:

Babbar Khalsa was mainly made up of people from AKJ though.

Which calendar does AKJ use these days? Bikrami or Nanakshahi?

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6 hours ago, DarshaPyasi1984 said:

Some Babbar Khalsas where shaheed in the attack and there were some Nihang Singh's in the movement afterwards like some singh's listed on this website http://www.neverforget84.com/shaheeds.

However, their is a point here to take here. Today, and back then, the majority of Nihang Singh's did not do what they could have done with Shashtars. I will not say anything more.

So basically they just didn't come out and put up a fight? Only after everything was said and done did they come out? 

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They were hazur sahib singhs and taruna dal nihangs but Buddha dal refused because of Santa singh who was a sellout like longowal and yogi harbhajan so nihangs did come but Santa singh made all of Buddha dal singhs stay and also they were threatened 

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1 hour ago, Damdamitaksaal84 said:

They were hazur sahib singhs and taruna dal nihangs but Buddha dal refused because of Santa singh who was a sellout like longowal and yogi harbhajan so nihangs did come but Santa singh made all of Buddha dal singhs stay and also they were threatened 

This is untrue. Baba Santa Singh Ji was not a sellout like longowal. Baba Santa Singh took money to build akal takhat sahib because then we didnt have an akal takhat. We were prone and in a bad situation. Baba Santa Singh Ji used the initiative to get the akal takhat built as quick as possible and without the sangats money since it wasnt the sangat that did the damage. I am not sure what you refer to when you say they were "threatened" can you please elaborate on this. 

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki fateh.

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Baba Santa singh was because he took Indira Gandhi money so your saying you should he built akaal thakth sahib quickly but then baba thakur singh did Kar sewa and built it properly and also baba Santa singh used to get money from government to hit singhs who fought after 1984 so he is a sellout like the others 

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@MrDoaba stop me before i start to rip their arseholses with my salotar for doing nindya

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8 minutes ago, Singh123456777 said:

@MrDoaba stop me before i start to rip their arseholses with my salotar for doing nindya

Rip brother mayn...maybe with two arseholes they'll get all the sh!t out their systems and it'll stop coming out their mouth.

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12 hours ago, Guest J_51NGH said:

This is untrue. Baba Santa Singh Ji was not a sellout like longowal. Baba Santa Singh took money to build akal takhat sahib because then we didnt have an akal takhat. We were prone and in a bad situation. Baba Santa Singh Ji used the initiative to get the akal takhat built as quick as possible and without the sangats money since it wasnt the sangat that did the damage. I am not sure what you refer to when you say they were "threatened" can you please elaborate on this. 

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki fateh.

He was the biggest sell out and traitor who licked the feet of Indra and did whatever she asked him to do.

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13 hours ago, Guest J_51NGH said:

This is untrue. Baba Santa Singh Ji was not a sellout like longowal. Baba Santa Singh took money to build akal takhat sahib because then we didnt have an akal takhat. We were prone and in a bad situation. Baba Santa Singh Ji used the initiative to get the akal takhat built as quick as possible and without the sangats money since it wasnt the sangat that did the damage. I am not sure what you refer to when you say they were "threatened" can you please elaborate on this. 

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki fateh.

The Akal Takht which Santa built with blood money was demolished by Sikh sangat and rebuilt 

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Santa was a sell out and kicked out of the Panth as a result. Real Nihangs like Brahma and co represented, but then the so called Tarna Dal, Harivelan jathedars i dont know if they did much? I know there are quite a few nihangs who gave shaheediyah but as a whole the 'tyar baar tyar ladliya fauja' as a whole didnt do much

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