Sikh TV

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SIKH TV is a religious channel started in United Kingdom by Gagandip Singh. The Channel has exclusive rights to religious programming from Gurdwara Bangla Sahib in New Delhi - India. The Channel started to gain popularity after it went to Pakistan to cover the lost Sikh shrines and gained broadcasting rights from Pakistani Gurdwaras.

The Owner of the Channel was killed in 2011. Three teenagers have been charged with his murder.[1] After the death of Gagandip Singh the channel came in financial needs and started again with new investors who promised to keep the channel alive and keep broadcasting.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fagge, Nick (1 March 2011). "In court, the girlfriend who 'lured Sikh TV chief to his death'". Daily Mail. Retrieved May 12, 2012.