Sikh Dharma Stewardship, Unto Infinity Board Lawsuit history

by Gursant Singh ⌂ @, Yuba City California USA, Wednesday, March 31, 2010, 14:01 (4217 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."

III. Allegations in Complaint and Claims for Relief
The Complaint alleges that the Defendants have increased their salaries and otherwise diverted assets and
funds that should have been used for the benefit of the entire Sikh Dharma community. The Plaintiffs allege
that: “For example, on information and belief, Defendant Kartar Singh Khalsa has grossly inflated his total
compensation (in rounded numbers) from approximately $127,000 in 2002, to $155,000 in 2004, to $250,000
in 2005, to $300,000 in 2006, to $484,000 in 2007, to $871,000 in 2008.”

During the same time that they were increasing their salaries, the Defendants (1) cut funding to the non‐
profits, and orchestrated extensive layoffs in 2006 and did not provide sufficient funds to fully fund the non‐
profit needs (2008 grant requests exceeded the funds made available by the UIB), (2) removed the Siri Singh
Sahib’s image and quotes from Golden Temple products, cutting off the royalties intended for his family and
long time staff members, (3) dismantled the Amsterdam community, resulting in financial losses, (4)
transferred assets that were held in trust for SDI to other entities that UIB controls, and (5) altered legal
documents relating to some of the corporations in order to carry out their plans.

These actions are part of the basis for six of the nine Claims for Relief: breach of fiduciary duty, breach of
contract, breach of covenant of good faith and fair dealing, conversion (taking property that belongs to
another), tortious interference (with the plan the Siri Singh Sahib set up), and unjust enrichment. Not knowing
the exact amount of damages to the Sikh Dharma community and the exact amount that the Defendants have
been unjustly enriched, the Complaint alleges that the amount is at least $2 million.

The Complaint also alleges that at least Defendant Peraim Kaur Khalsa knew that she was no longer a Sikh prior
to the Siri Singh Sahib’s death, but that she represented to him that she was so that he did not remove her
from the UIB and other corporate boards prior to his death. As discussed above, because she knew she was
misleading the Siri Singh Sahib, and because all of the Defendants are co‐conspirators with her, her actions are
binding on the other three. These actions, namely, the representation that the Defendants were devout Sikhs
when they were not in order to obtain or retain positions of power and authority, is the basis for two of the
nine Claims for Relief: fraud(an intentional deception made for personal gain) and negligent misrepresentation
(a careless misstatement that the other person reasonably relies on).
The final Claim for Relief asks the Court to create a Constructive Trust for the property and funds the
Defendants wrongfully took from the Sikh Dharma community. A constructive trust is a legal device to require
the Defendants to return property that they have wrongfully taken or which would cause them to be unjustly
enriched and then oversee the return of those funds to the rightful owners in

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