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Nirankari spiritual head Hardev Singh dies in road accident in Canada


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This person was the head of Sant Nirankari mission, which has had conflicts with the Sikhs in the past. His predecessor (Gurbachan) was killed by Bhai Ranjit Singh jee. 

Nirankari Samprada (which is a part of Sikh panth) is different from them. Does anyone know, who is the head of this samprada? Anyone close to this Samprada?

 

Bhul chuk maaf

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Veerji ,I actually dunno anything about him.I was about to ask about him.I had heard about him ,on net,news etc.So thought he is a spiritual person,as he is called as satguru by many.So thought like that!

Would like to hear views from others too!

Gur fateh!!

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His predecessor was very antagonistic towards Sikhs but this one steered the nirankari mandal away from conflict with the sikhs and carried on his own business. I once met one of his followers and asked her about if they were ever taught about the previous one. She knew his name but nothing of his animosity towards Sikhs.

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As per Gurmat, there is nothing wrong, if someone wants to break away from the Panth and form a separate group/cult. People should have freedom of religion. We cannot force people to follow Sikhism. The problem arises, when someone starts insulting other religions. These Nakli Nirankaris were insulting our Satgurus and were responsible for the murder of Sikhs.

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At last, the procession was held. Narakdharis prepared themselves to attack Sikhs in the heart of their city. Punjab police was called for security. The government sent special army units for protection. Followers of Gurbachan were equipped with lethal weapons, guns, revolvers, acid-filled bottles, swords, knives and mechanical propellants for shooting poison-tipped arrows. The procession marched through the streets of Amritsar speaking disrespectfully against the Sikh Gurus and calling Guru Granth Sahib “a mere book” on loud speakers. The news reached Darbar Sahib where thousands of Sikhs had gathered to celebrate Vaisakhi. Sant Jarnail Singh, leader of Damdami Taksal, gave a brief lecture to the congregation and appealed Sikhs to take action. It was decided that Sikhs should protest peacefully to stop the Narakdharis. Batch of Sikhs, lead by Bhai Fauja Singh Ji, left Darbar Sahib. Most members of the protesting group were from Damdami Taksal and Akhand Kirtani Jatha. Sikhs peacefully marched toward the procession reciting religious hymns. When they reached near the procession, they were stopped by one police officer and were asked for the reason for protesting. Sikhs calmly told him that they were there to stop the procession and not to cause any trouble. The police officer told Sikhs to wait there until he came back. He went away not to talk to anyone but to warn Narakdharis to prepare themselves to kill Sikhs. Without warning, Sikhs were fired upon. The Narakdharis threw bottles filled with sulfuric acid on Sikhs. Even police and security forces joined them to kill Sikhs. 13 Sikhs became martyr, including Bhai Fauja Singh and more than 80 Sikhs were wounded. 

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[1] - http://www.sikhfreedom.com/1978-vaisakhi-massacre

 

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