Romesh Kumar wrote:[quote=]Would the SGPC explain as to how many families of rapists, murderers and those convicted for heinous crimes have been similarly denied an opportunity to perform last rites. Also, it is deeply problematic to start denying the kith and kin of a deceased the opportunity to perform the last rites on the basis of their perceived sins.”
Nihal Singh Kanakpuria wrote:The only reason its wrong is that Gurudwara management should take the higher road and forgive (even if the attackers haven't asked for forgiveness) and show the kindness, tolerance, forgiveness and large heartiness shown by Guru's Sikhs.
Bundha wrote:I say a big well done to the management committee of the Gurdwara for refusing this ‘dusht’ any access to paath or bhog.
Those who do wrong against the panth should be dealt with accordingly, did Guru Ji show mercy to the corrupt masands? No they were dealt with severely.
That is very true but 'wrong' and 'dusht' need to be identified. A person in Sikh attire controlling a Gurdwara on gun point or doing so by using political tactics could necessarily not be a an angel or saint.
Bundha wrote:Dusht - because attacking a Gurdwara knowing full well it was Guru Arjan Dev Jis gurpurb knowing full well that thousands of inoccent people would get caught up and still went along with it. Dusht - because being so dumb he did not realise that the GOI pushed forward all the Sikh generals to attack thier own place sof worship. Dusht - because not matter what he should not have raised a finger at his own gurdwaras.
As for the person in Sikh attitre (mmm who could that be???) he stood for the ankh of the sikhs, so yes angel and Saint.
Bundha wrote:Those who do wrong against the panth should be dealt with accordingly, did Guru Ji show mercy to the corrupt masands? No they were dealt with severely.
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