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Want to do 'Antim Darshan' of Baba Hardev Singh: Watch it Live here

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New Delhi, May 17: Antim Darshan of spiritual leader and Sant Nirankari Mission head, Baba Hardev Singh, who died in a road accident in Canada on Friday, are being held in New Delhi on Wednesday(May 17).

All those who cannot go personally, can follow the proceedings live and do the antim Darshan on the web by logging on to live.nirankari.org.

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Want to do 'Antim Darshan' of Baba Hardev Singh: Watch it Live here.
The live telecast will continue round the clock till Antim Sanskar (last rites) takes place at the Nigam Bodh Crematorium at 12.00 noon tomorrow. The body of Avneet Setya, son-in-law of Hardev Singh Ji who also succumbed to his injuries in Montreal, Canada, has also been placed next to the mortal remains of Nirankari Baba.

"The Antim Yatra (last journey) will begin on Wednesday from Ground No.8 at 8 am and conclude at Nigam Bodh Ghat. Antim Sanskar (last rites) will take place at the CNG Crematorium at 12 noon," mission official Kirpa Sagar said in a release.

Hardev Singh, head of Nirankari Mission, was killed in a road accident in Canada.

"With profound pain and sorrow, this is to inform all that His Holiness Nirankari Baba Hardev Singh Ji Maharaj has merged into this Almighty God. He was travelling in a car in Canada which met with a serious accident at about 5 am (IST) today," a statement issued by Sant Nirankari Mandal, New Delhi said.

Hardev Singh, son of assassinated Nirankari head Gurbachan Singh was in Canada to attend spiritual meetings. A Nirankari International Samagam (NIS) was scheduled to be held in June in Toronto in Canada.

Hardev Singh was born to Gurbachan Singh and Kulwant Kaur on February 23, 1954 in Delhi.

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