May 24, 2013 | By Sikh Siyasat Bureau
Chandigarh, Punjab (May 24, 2013): It is learnt that a British Indian Rapper “Hard Kaur” put up an embarrassing show at a fashion event in Chandigarh where she openly insulted Sikh beliefs and identity.
According to a news reported by Sikh24.Com: Hard Kaur, whose legal name is Taran Dhillon, was under the influence of alcohol when she used abusive terminology several times on stage during her performance. Whilst using derogatory and filthy language, she passed offensive comments on the flowing beard of Punjabi men present at site.
“Taran crossed her line when she compared the turbaned gatekeeper of the hotel to Guru Gobind Singh Ji”, Sikh24.Com has reported.
According to YesPunjab.Com: [t]he 33 years old Hard Kaur … performed for about an hour from 11.00 pm onwards.
“Seemingly, under the influence of some intoxicant, Hard Kaur after finishing her first song asked a Sikh present in the audience whether he understood the lyrics of her song. When he said, he liked songs like ‘Singh is King’, Hard Kaur abused him in the name of sister”, YesPunjab.Com reported further.
During her performance she is said to have abused more than a dozen times from the stage.
As per reports: Hard Kaur, during her performance pointed towards a Sikh gentleman and made a scathing and highly objectionable remark about his flowing beard.
In a brief statement sent to Sikh Siyasat News (SSN) S. Karnail Singh Peermohammed, President of All India Sikh Student Federation (AISSF) said that a case would be filed against her for hurting the sentiments of Sikhs.
He said that Hard Kaur’s disgraceful behaviour should be taken into notice by the Akal Takht and a strict action should be taken against her.
We would deal with fake Hard Kaur in a hard manner, said Peermohammad.