What do you think will happen to Gurinder Singh Dhillon, the guru of Radha Soami Satsang Beas, when the High Court of Delhi has a hearing on November 14 involving those ordered to repay money owed to the Singh brothers and companies they once controlled, so a $500 million award can be made in connection with the sale of a pharmaceutical firm to a Japanese company?
Dhillon and his family are part of those who have been ordered by the court to prepare documents showing their assets, though the Dhillon family has been excused from attending the hearing in person. The RSSB guru claims that he and his family owe no money.
Yesterday I wrote a blog post about using "inference to the best explanation" to deal with questions both in science and everyday life. So if you like, use your personal inference capabilities and leave a comment about your best prediction of what will happen to the RSSB guru and his family on November 14 when, to my knowledge, the hearing will be.
Here's a few possibilities to get your inference juices flowing. My inference is #3, but naturally I could be wrong.
(1) The High Court says that Dhillon and his family owe no money at all.
(2) The High Court says that Dhillon and his family owe some money, but not a lot.
(3) The High Court says that Dhillon and his family owe a lot of money, like hundreds of millions of dollars.
(4) The High Court says that Dhillon and his family owe a lot of money, and engaged in illegal activities.