Southall Gurdwara condemns threat of violence by Conservative Peer

Sri Guru Singh Sabha Southall strongly condemns the tweet by Conservative Peer Lord Rami Ranger, which threatened violence against Harmeet Singh Gill, the General Secretary of the Charity.

The post by Rami Ranger had a video of Indian security and police services attacking elderly men with sticks and batons, with the text “You too could get similar welcome Harmeet Singh Gill”.

The shameful message has since been deleted. Singh Sabha Southall deplores any calls to violence, especially from members of the UK House of Lords.

We have reported the inflammatory message by Rami Ranger calling for violence to the Police and have written to the Conservative Party to investigate the conduct of its Peer and take immediate action.

Hate speech and harassment of any kind must be condemned.

Background to the Charity

Sri Guru Singh Sabha Southall is a UK based Charity which manages some of the largest Gurdwaras outside of India. The Charity was awarded the Queens Award for Voluntary Service in 2021.

Singh Sabha runs a range of social welfare, health, education, and sports initiatives to support the West London community, with over 100,000 regular worshippers.

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