A totally different description from that in the BKWSU foundation book 'Adi Dev' about an unverified attempt on the founders life in 1938-9
And then in another BK Jagdish Chander book, 'A Short Biography of Brahma Baba' he gives us a different version:
'A hired and instigated (sic) Sikh with a sabre came to Baba's place, saying that he wanted to have Baba's darshan and holy audience. He had thought that Baba was sleeping wrapped in his quilts, but actually Baba, acting
on a premonition, had put his quilt in this form to give the intruder such an impression as he had. Baba's daughter in law came downstairs and talked to the man and he had a vision of his preceptor, the Saint Nanak, and then he confessed that he had come with
the intention of ...'
And thirdly from the Brahma Kumaris illustrated 'comic book' magazine, yet another very different version where the Sikh, this
time with a rifle, not a 'sabre', is described as suddenly having visions of myriad points of light on the top of the house before he came inside, and then collapsing to his knees in shame.
are no references to an attack on Dada Lekhraj/Brahma in the newspapers of the day, or in any publications of the time by the BK's or others.