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In 2004, a substantial Palki and two Holy Scriptures - a Guru Granth Sahib Ji and a 18th century hand written bible – went missing during the official administration of a Sikh company belonging to the well-known Bhabra family of broadcasters and engineers. So far KPMG have failed to return these unique religious artefacts. 

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US SIKHS CONDEMN DESECRATION OF ‘BIR’

Washington, Oct 22 2015 - Several Sikh-American groups have condemned the desecration of the Guru Granth Sahib, the holy book of the Sikhs, in Punjab and alleged that it was a “planned strategy” to destabilise and create “enough” fissures in the social fabric of the state. More >>>


The Guru Granth Sahib serial desecrations that have sparked protests across Punjab

Oct 21 2015 - The desecrations and the protests. Seven incidents involving the sacrilege of various scriptures of the Guru Granth Sahib have occurred across the state since the first one on 12 October in Bargari, Faridkot, where 112 pages of the text were found by locals in a damaged state. More >>>


Sikh protests continue over Guru Granth Sahib's desecration

Oct 18 2015 - CHANDIGARH: Sikh protesters continued to block roads in Punjab's Malwa region on Sunday to protest against the desecration of Guru Granth Sahib, the holy scripture of Sikh religion. The blockade, however, was reduced to one location in each district from Sunday instead of several locations.  More >>>


Complete shutdown in Moga; demonstrations across Punjab

Oct 18 2015 - Sikh protesters continue agitation against desecration of 'bir'. Sikh protesters continued their agitation against the desecration of a ‘bir’ of Guru Granth Sahib in Moga district for the fifth consecutive day on Saturday. National and state highways as well as major link roads were blocked at nearly 30 locations. More >>>


John McDonnell MP

John McDonnell MP

John McDonnell supports local Sikh family’s fight for justice

John McDonnell, MP for Hayes Harlington, has added his voice to a growing protest over the loss or destruction of sacred religious artefacts after a local Sikh company was put into administration by the international accountancy giant KPMG.  
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KPMG: Sikhing justice 

Tricky audits are one problem for KPMG. Religious crusades are quite another. During the firm’s administration of Sikh businessman Hardial Bhabra’s TV production company eleven years ago, sacred scriptures were allegedly lost. Now the Sikh Council UK and the Sikh former Labour government minister Parmjit Dhanda have added their voices to a growing campaign.  More >>>

Harriet Agnew, FT

Harriet Agnew, FT


COMMUNITY LEADER ADDS HIS SUPPORT TO THE BHABRA FAMILY'S QUEST FOR ANSWERS

Parmjit Dhanda (parmjitdhanda.co.uk), the Former Govt Minister, has given his backing to the campaign to secure the safe return of the artefacts.  More >>>

 

Parmjit Dhanda

Parmjit Dhanda



"I fully support this campaign for the return of these artefacts. It cannot be right that significant religious artefacts like these can be treated in this way. I urge KPMG to abide by the family 's wishes and return these materials." John McDonnell MP

John McDonnell MP

John McDonnell MP


KPMG under fire

Batten down the hatches, KPMG. According to a close source to Sikh businessman Hardial Bhabra, and army of irate Sikhs are planning a “major” demonstration outside the firm’s London offices.  More >>>


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UK Sikh Family Seeks to Retrieve artefacts Confiscated by KPMG

A Sikh family living here has been fighting a legal battle for years to get back a palki and volumes of Sri Guru Granth Sahib seized by an administration company.  More >>>

Golden Palki

Golden Palki


THE LOSS THE SIKH HOLY BOOKS ALONG WITH THE PALKI OF SRI GURU GRANTH SAHIB

A Sikh family’s determination to struggle for justice.  A local Sikh family has lodged an appeal against a British court for not expressing any concern regarding the loss of a special palki.  More (English) >>>   More (Punjabi) >>>

Simon Collins, Director of KPMG 

Simon Collins,
Director of KPMG 


Missing scripture

Missing scripture

EFFORTS BY A SIKH FAMILY TO GET BACK THE RELIGIOUS COMMUNITY’S PROPERTY – A GOLDEN PALKI AND SACRED HANDWRITTEN VOLUMES

Many years ago, the KPMG company took away these things belonging to a Sikh family from from the HDS Studio, while seizing the property  More (English) >>>   More (Punjabi) >>>

 


CONSERVATIVE PARTY DONORS INCLUDING KPMG TO BENEFIT FROM AXING OF AUDIT COMMISSION

Tory party leader David Cameron, whose party has been offered the equivalent of hundreds of thousands of pounds in cash by accountancy firms including KPMG.  More >>>

PM David Cameron

PM David Cameron


 

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