Sikh Dharma Stewardship, Unto Infinity Board Lawsuit history

by Gursant Singh ⌂ @, Yuba City California USA, Wednesday, March 31, 2010, 14:01 (4102 days ago) @ Gursant 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."


On September 21, 2009, Sikh Dharma International (“SDI”) filed a Complaint in the Oregon Circuit Court in
Portland, Oregon, against the four individual members of UI basically asking the court to remove them and to
order them to repay the monies that they have wrongfully taken from the Sikh Dharma community. There are
six individual Plaintiffs named in the Complaint. Five Plaintiffs are members of the SDI Board of Directors: MSS
Sardarni Guru Amrit Kaur Khalsa, SS Avtar Hari Singh Khalsa and MSS Hari Dharam Kaur Khalsa (all of
Española), MSS Guru Raj Kaur Khalsa (of Vancouver, Canada), and SS Guru Sangat Kaur Khalsa (of Belo
Horizonte, Brazil)) and the sixth Plaintiff is SS Gurutej Singh Khalsa (of Española), the founder of Akal Security
(who is filing as an individual). The SDI Board filed the Complaint on behalf of themselves individually, on
behalf of SDI and on behalf of all members of the Sikh Dharma community (defined in the Complaint to include
all of the for‐profit and nonprofit entities inspired and nurtured by the Siri Singh Sahib). The Defendants are
the four individual current members of the UIB: Kartar Singh Khalsa, Sopurkh Kaur Khalsa, Peraim Kaur Khalsa,
and Siri Karm Kaur Khalsa. The three corporations they control are also named: Unto Infinity, LLC (“UI), Sikh
Dharma Stewardship, LLC (“SDS”), and the Siri Singh Sahib Corporation (“SSSC”) are nominal defendants, since
these are the entities which the Defendants are acting thro
Before that, we anticipate that the Defendants will file motions asking the court to dismiss the Complaint,
which we believe the court will deny.

Structure of the Complaint:
The Complaint is 69 pages long, plus another 77 pages of Exhibits. The first 38 pages (paragraphs 1‐82) set out
the basic facts as currently understood by the Plaintiffs; these are subject to change as Discovery reveals more
information.

Pages 39 and 40 (paragraphs 83‐88) allege that there is a class of persons in the Sikh Dharma community who
have been injured by the Defendants’ actions. Later in the litigation, there will be a process for the court to
determine whether there should be such a class and if so, who is in the class. At that time, individual Sikh
Dharma community members will be given the option to be excluded from the class. The Plaintiffs’ attorneys
will notify all potential members of the class when the time comes.

Pages 41 and 42 (paragraphs 89‐92) contain allegations that the Defendants engaged in a conspiracy to
mislead the Siri Singh Sahib and the Sikh Dharma community and to benefit personally from monies from the
businesses which were intended to benefit the Sikh Dharma community as a whole. Under Oregon law, there
is a conspiracy even if only one Defendant knew that he or she was engaging in the wrongful act as long as the
others agree to participate in that act.

The next section of the Complaint contains the Claims for Relief. This is where the Plaintiffs tell the Court the
specific legal theories for relief that are being asserted against the Defendants. Pages 43‐67 (paragraphs 93‐
166) set out nine (9) claims for relief against the Defendants which are discussed in the next section. Page 67
also contains a demand for a Jury Trial on all the claims in the Complaint.

The last two pages of the Complaint contain the Prayer for Relief, that is, what the Plaintiffs are asking the
Court to order. The Prayer for Relief is set out in full in section IV below.
The Complaint is signed by the Plaintiffs’ attorney and by Sardarni Guru Amrit Kaur who verifies (confirms) that
the Complaint is accurate based on her knowledge, information, and belief.


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