Sikh Dharma Stewadship, Unto Infinity Board Lawsuit history

by Gursant Singh ⌂ @, Yuba City California USA, Wednesday, March 31, 2010, 13:59 (4099 days ago) @ S.Singh

Please read an Excerpt below taken from

"Sikhism and Tantric Yoga"
by Dr. Trilochan Singh (Link to entire book)

"Yogi Bhajan is using the sacred Sikh mantras and the sacred name of Guru Ram Das as a mantle for his Tantric Sex Yoga which will inevitably lead to mental and physical debauchery of those who take his brand of Sikhism contaminated by crazy sex-energizing asanas seriously."

In April, 2009, the four UIB members wrote a letter to the Khalsa Council disclosing that they are no longer
practicing the Sikh teachings and lifestyle taught by the Siri Singh Sahib. The Khalsa Council’s letter to the UIB
inviting them to attend the Khalsa Council meeting and UIB’s answer are included as Attachment 4. At the
April, 2009 Khalsa Council meetings (which the UIB declined to attend), in a Straw Poll (with the vote tally
certified by Amrit Kaur (of Alaska), SDI’s Chancellor), the Khalsa Council strongly expressed that Khalsa Sikhs
(those living in accordance with the Siri Singh Sahib’s teachings about Sikh Dharma) should be in the highest

leadership positions and a majority voted no confidence in the UIB and that they should resign. In the same
straw poll, the Council strongly voted that the SDS should be declared not valid and that its directors should
resign. The Straw Poll results are attached as Attachment 5.

Following the April, 2009 meetings, a grassroots group of Sangat members began looking into legal remedies
available for the fiduciary and other breaches that have caused harm to the community (that had come to light
in late 2008 and early 2009). Over the following months, the SDI Board brought serious governance concerns
to the attention of UI and in response was threatened with being removed. Also during that time, the SDI
Board learned of actions by the UIB that appeared to breach their fiduciary duties to the Sikh Dharma
community (including for example, that Kartar Singh’s annual compensation increased from about $127,000 in
2002 to over $850,000 in 2008). A fiduciary is someone in whom faith and trust has been placed to act on
behalf of another. The UIB has fiduciary duties to the Sikh Dharma community it oversees. One of the most
important fiduciary duties is that the directors of UI (the UIB) must act in the best interest of the organizations,
not for the directors’ personal interest or on the directors’ own behalf. As discussed below, the four current
members of the UIB have harmed the Sikh Dharma community by breaching their fiduciary duties, among
other legal wrongs, and thus must be removed.
The Complaint Summary

I. Introduction:
A Complaint is a document filed in court to start a legal action between two or more parties. A Complaint sets
forth the basic facts and legal reasons that the persons filing the Complaint (the Plaintiffs) believe are sufficient
to entitle them to a court order against the opposing persons (the Defendants). The Defendants will file an
Answer to the Complaint, where they will admit or deny each of the statements made in the Complaint.1 The
statements (allegations) in the Complaint are made “on information and belief” which means the Plaintiffs
think the statements are true but do not necessarily have the documents or other evidence to prove the truth
of the statements at the time of filing the Complaint. Part of the lawsuit process is “Discovery” where each
side asks the other for documents and answers to questions in order to determine whether the statements in
the Complaint are true or not. The Complaint can be amended to add or delete claims against the Defendants,
if necessary, as Discovery proceeds and more information is gathered.
ugh. The five individual members of the SDS are not Defendants.

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