Indian spiritual leader Baba Hardev Singh dies in Beauharnois car crash

Baba Hardev Singh dies in Beauharnois car crash
Baba Hardev Singh dies in Beauharnois car crash

Hardev Singh was the central cleric of the Sant Nirankari Mission, which has 2,000 bases on the world, incorporating one in Pointe-Claire.

Hardev Singh was in a dark Cadillac SUV going on westward Highway 30 at Kilometer 22. He was on a visit, going to a few focuses, and was planned to visit the Pointe-Claire foundation.

The Sûreté du Québec landed at the accident scene around 7:30 p.m. It shows up the vehicle, going in the left path, abruptly moved to the ideal for an obscure reason, hit the trench and upset. There were four individuals in the auto.

“The driver and the front traveler were not truly hurt, but rather the two individuals in the back were shot out,” Sûreté du Québec Sgt. Ingrid Asselin said.

She said the other rearward sitting arrangement traveler, a 28-year-old man, additionally from India, was in genuine condition in a doctor’s facility on Friday.

The Nirankari mission started as a change development inside Sikhism.

The Sant Nirankari Movement or Universal Brotherhood Movement, which was begun by Baba Buta Singh in 1920s, has faith in the significance of a living pioneer. Sikhism, then again, had faith in the Sikh sacred writings as their last master. It was this distinction that created the Sant Nirankari development, which isolated from standard Sikhism in 1929.

Satguru Gurbachan Singh was killed by fundamentalist Sikhs having a place with Akhand Kirtani Jatha who were careful about the developing force of the Nirankari Mission. After the death, Baba Hardev Singh succeeded his dad as the Satguru of the mission and kept on giving teachings to the adherents.

The mission said in an announcement: “With significant torment and distress, this is to advise you that His Holiness Nirankari Baba Hardev Singh Ji Maharaj has converged into this Almighty God.” Followers were urged not to hurry to Delhi or the mission’s central station.

Asselin said police suspect the men in the back were not wearing safety belts. The vehicle will experience a mechanical review to figure out if it had any imperfections.

Asselin said it is not known why the vehicle turned over, but rather said liquor was not suspected to be the cause.

Nirankari Baba Hardev Singh Ji