Aivv-PBKs do not believe in becoming angels-farishtas, then why do they quote Murli points about angels ?? So, do you mean that there are 2 types of angels, one without a corporeal body and the other with a corporeal body, and your interpretation of the above Murli point refers to a soul who is considered to be an angel while being inside a corporeal body?Please note that the Murli point in Hindi refers to 'karmindriyan' or 'sense organs' (and does not specify whether the 'sense organs' are physical or subtle, viz. mind & intellect), and need not be interpreted solely as physical or corporeal sense organs, since an angel can also perform functions with subtle sense organs in a subtle body - did you also consider this aspect?
I think it is gross to suggest "karmindriyan" refer to mind only, although not impossible. Why would BapDada not say just mind, if it was the case, or use it in singular at least. But in all the definitions of karmendriyan I can find, only the physical ones - hands, feet etc. are included, the mind is not even included. I have also not met a definition in the knowledge that will make you think "karmendriyan" is about the mind.
With regards if angel is someone with or without a corporeal body, there are these points:
"There should be only one thing in everybody's mind that it is the same (soul). They should experience that by meeting them we have met the Father. Whatever we got, we got through them. This is the master, the guide, the angel, and the messenger. Only these are the ones, these are the ones and these are the ones (whom we were searching). Everyone should have this unending devotion. They should be devoted towards these words only .... “These are the ones and only these are the ones.” We have met them ...... they should clap in this joy. Cause them such experiences." [Av. 10-1-82 Pg-22]
"You know how to follow the Father, isn’t it? Don’t you think that we could have become subtle by leaving this body. Do not follow (Father) in this aspect. Father Brahma becomes subtle so that one could follow easily by observing the example of subtle form. In spite of the absence of corporeal form, he causes divine visions through the angelic form just as in the corporeal form, isn’t it. .... Just as subtle Father Brahma is sustaining (the divine family) as if he is in corporeal form. He’s making everyone experience the sustenance of corporeal form. Similarly, while living in the corporeal form, you experience the subtle form. You have to study (learn) from only one Father. Whatever Father teaches, or gives training orally you have to study." Av. 17.3.68. P1.
"These decorations are external. Now you are engaged to ShivBaba. When one gets married he/she wears old clothes on the day of the marriage (before the ceremony). Now nobody should decorate this body. If you decorate yourself with knowledge and meditation, then you shall become angels."(30.11.78, pg.2)
"The stage must be such that one experiences the corporeal body to be in the subtle form. Just as you observed the corporeal (Sakar) Father (i.e., Brahma). You experienced the subtle angelic form through his corporeal body also, isn’t it?" (A.V. 10.12.78)
"Just as subtle Father Brahma is giving the sustenance in corporeal form and making others experience the sustenance in the corporeal form. Similarly you experience the subtle angelic form while living in a corporeal form." (A.V. 3-3-81 pg-43)