Gurdwara security guards ‘snitch on mixed marriage couples’ Protesters get information from gurdwaras and family members
Eastern Eye Staff
Security guards employed by Sikh temples to protect worshippers are telling protesters about marriage ceremonies taking place between mixed-faith couples, according to one campaigner. Bhervinder Singh, project coordinator of Sikh 2 Inspire, told Eastern Eye protests against mixed marriages were happening in gurdwaras because demonstrators believe the service, known as Anand Karaj, should only take place between Sikhs. The 35-year-old claimed that activists were finding out about ceremonies taking place from Sikh workers employed by security guards to protect family members. Relatives of mixed faith couples who planned on having an Anand Karaj ceremony are also informing demonstrators about upcoming…
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