The mob that are fast turning Rovers into the biggest laughing stock ever in football are at the moment sitting in charge of a club on the brink of going down to league one and have no permanent manager at the helm due to the fact that they were incapable of getting the right man in for the job in the first place.
On top of this there are low gates and the fans are not happy with the way their club has been rubbished since the take-over.
But despite all this, Singh says the Venky's have no plans to pull out.
"I would like to assure the fans that everything possible is being done to make the club enjoy long-term stability," Singh told BBC Sport.
"In football, you have to set long-term plans. Unfortunately, situations sometimes happen where you have managers with differing philosophies and this can cause the transition period to take longer than expected.
"We all know the transition period will end very soon and the fans will start enjoying their football again."