Nidar’s classes officially over at Guru Tegh Bahadur Gurdwara, Wolverhampton

Nidar has been holding his Martial Arts classes at Guru Tegh Bahadur Gurdwara in Wolverhampton (his home town) for over ten years. Once the Managing committee realised the true nature of Nidar’s philosophy they immediately took action and discontinued his classes.

A letter was presented to  Nidar and his students.

We would like to congratulate and thank Guru Tegh Bahadur Gurdwara for maintaining the sanctity of the Gurdwara and protecting the sangat from any controversial discourses. We would also like to congratulate them on a fantastic exhibition that they have setup in their langar hall and would urge everyone to visit the Gurdwara and view this masterpiece.

6 thoughts on “Nidar’s classes officially over at Guru Tegh Bahadur Gurdwara, Wolverhampton”

    1. go to the Gurdwara and ask the comittee, it was handed to Nidar and his students in person and provided to us by the comittee members.

  1. Paaji,
    reading te letter it is clear that they are more afraid of any comfontation with your group approaching them as opposed to Nidar Singh’s classes.
    Shame on you for lying and misguiding the truth!

    1. Lying and misguiding the Truth? Nidar threatened the Gurdwara that his student would come in and smash it up and get violent, and that was in front of a police oficer at a meeting with the committee.

      We approached the Gurdwara and provided them with the evidence and material they needed, and allowed them to make their own decision. It was Nidar who last thursday turned up at the Gurwara and tryed to force his class going ahead against the comittees wishes.

      and why do you keep using names like neverforget84 trying to make it look like you support the Sikh human rights movement or are concerned about 1984 everyone knows Nidar would rather support the Nakli Nirankaris, phula or the Namdharis.

  2. Is there anyway to get all the other classes stopped too, like the ones in Langley, Sheppard’s Bush and the community hall they are using in Birmingham now?

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