For daring to present
Sanatan Sikhism, which contradicts the
ultra-Teja Singh Bhasauria/Tat Khalsa
Singh Sabhia mentality of the A.K.J.,
both Nihang Niddar Singh and Nihang Teja
Singh have received numerous death
threats from various individuals,
the majority of them who reside firmly
in the A.K.J. camp.
After the events of 11th September
2001, the A.K.J. have tried hard not to
be labeled as 'fanatics'/'terrorists'
and are attempting to play down their
link with Babbar Khalsa International
for sake of persecution from international
security organizations. However, their
actions prove that they are nothing more
than terrorists. These threats have even
been made against the families (women,
children, etc.) of Nihang Niddar Singh
and Nihang Teja Singh.
Only recently, the address of Nihang
Teja Singh was circulated amongst the
A.K.J. and posted on various discussion
forums on the Internet. No doubt their
aim is to intimidate, or provoke some
mindless Sikh fanatic to carry out an
attack on their behalf.
Within days of this section being
put up, a close friend of Nihang Teja
Singh's family, who happens to be disabled,
was attacked by THREE
'Sikhs', two of whom have been positively
identified as being from the A.K.J. camp,
the third is clean shaven'. Their cowardly
act of violence was recorded on surveillance
video footage. Such acts appear to be
the result of frustration and exhibit
the low-level mind set that exemplifies
these fanatics who resort to violence
as a deterrent.
Threatened by the popularity of the
Akali Nihang presence in he UK, the Sanatan
Sikh web sites, the Sanatan Sikh Shastar
Vidiya Akharas, and the real-world attitude
of Sanatan Sikhism, the A.K.J. have resorted
to false propaganda. They have labeled
the Nihang Singhs of the UK as being ‘anti-Panthic’,
'idol worshippers', 'agents
of the fanatical R.S.S.', 'Indian government
agents', 'individuals of low character','
drug peddlers', 'drug addicts', 'pimps',
'alcoholics', 'womanizers',' practitioners
of the black arts', etc.
Irrespective of all this slander,
character defamation, and death threats,
as Sikhs of the Guru, the Nihangs of the
UK wish the best of luck to the A.K.J.
in their quest. It is Va-eh Guru
who decides who will live or die, not
any one individual. One can only
(pray) to Va-eh Guru, in hope of granting
them wisdom to see the folly of Sikh fighting