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Ban on Kaum De Heere and clearance to Messenger of God (MSG): Dal Khalsa alleges double standards

January 2, 2015 | By

Amritsar: Sikh body Dal Khalsa has sought ‘ban’ on controversial movie Messenger of God (MSG) by Dera Sauda Sirsa chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim who is facing criminal charges in CBI courts.

Seeking ban on the film Messenger of God, Dal Khalsa spokesperson Kanwar Pal Singh said Gurmit Ram Rahim was facing cases under heinous charges including rape and murder and forced castration in the Indian courts.

Baghapurana town tense after clash over controversial MSG movie

Baghapurana town tense after clash over controversial MSG movie

Ram Rahim has offended the Sikh community and committed sacrilege. How come such a person is allowed to propagate and portray himself as “Messenger of God”? asked Kanwar Pal Singh.

Slamming the Indian government for its double standards, he said the government banned Kaum de Heere but ironically it has given green signal to a film co-directed by alleged rapist, murderer and habitual offender of law.

According to Dal Khalsa, the dera head through this film has aimed to improve his damaged image and influence judiciary.

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