Ranjit Singh Dhadrianwale`s Comment on Jathedars and Sirsewala

By 3rd September 2017 0 Comments

One only has to begin speaking with a conscience and suddenly those sitting at the Akal Takht will begin getting ready to summon the speaker for “excommunication”.It is only because they cannot yet find a justifiable excuse that Bhai Ranjit Singh Khalsa Dhadrianwale has not been summoned by those people under the influence of political parties. They are frustrated.

The clean-shaven Judge responsible for locking up Sirsa’s Sauda Saadh fulfilled his duty for the law. On the other hand, those with long beards and big Kirpans at the Akal Takht could not fulfil their duty for the Khalsa Panth.
The truth is that the SGPC had instructed the Jathedars, after signal from their political masters, to issue pardon to the Sauda Saadh of Sirsa. At that time speaking from the USA, it is on record that Bhai Ranjit Singh Khalsa was the first to take a firm open stand and say, “You can place your sword on my neck, but never will we accept your decision to pardon the Sauda Saadh”.
The Judge called the Sauda Saadh a rapist. In contrast, our so-called Jathedars attempted to make the Sikhs come to terms with that rapist. Hungry for money and leadership power, these people have a dead conscience. Do they not die of shame?

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