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Just received news that Dr. Sukhpreet Singh Udhoke, writer of ‘Tabhe Ros Jagiyo’ has been injured in a car crash whilst he was going to film his new video.

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Have you got the link for the thread so we can see if more information is posted please?

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Partially anti dasam, very close to Harjinder dilgeer and had a case on him whilst was in america and had to go to akaal takht for maafi. Ask his uk supporters and abroad, they all know this but still bring ppl like him to mess with the sangata head. His video tabeh Rose jageo was very good however and that was a good achievement, but I think there were more people behind the video.

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Bhai Sukhpreet Singh ji is not 'messing' with sangats head. He is a good eloquent speaker.

If sangat has any questions why not ask him face to face.

Gursikhs should be have a good knowledge of their dharam. Only an individual who has poor knowledge of Gurmat will be swayed by anti-gurmat speakers.

Listening to vichars of Sukhpreet Singh they are according to Gurmat.

Also veer Sukhpreet Singh is also writing literature countering RSS and literature relating to sikh history. We are in desperate need of new up to date literature on Gurmat. All other jathebandis and organisations are not producing enough literature to inspire the youth.

Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa Waheguru Ji Ki Fateh

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Partially anti dasam, very close to Harjinder dilgeer and had a case on him whilst was in america and had to go to akaal takht for maafi. Ask his uk supporters and abroad, they all know this but still bring ppl like him to mess with the sangata head. His video tabeh Rose jageo was very good however and that was a good achievement, but I think there were more people behind the video.

You are very correct. When he came abroad first time, he got rid of his kakkars.

That is the respect he has got for gurmat.

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We all flip flop a lot these days... One day we will be praising someone and then next day we will be labeling them as sinh. Sadly, most of the time these short 15min fame figures turn out too be bogus and we all get discouraged when we find out their reality. Most damaging part is that we don't feel the hope of doing anything for our community after finding out lots of creepy characters.

Whenever someone creates something good, we should focus on the product rather than becoming the die-hard fan of the person who brought it to you. In order to avoid internal problems, we definitely need to learn on how to hold our urge back of praising them to the next level. All of us overdo a lot whether it's the case of mooranwali, udhoke, bittu and so on.. Yes they are intitled to get credit of creating a good quality product but we need to remember that we don't know them properly. Example: bank do not give home loans just because consumer keeps a good flashy car or wear branded clothes, they do hard checks on your whole credit history, proof of this or that. So, we need to refrain ourself from public praising of any personality in public and strictly keep matlab with the good work they created.

Never praise anyone unless we really know other person neither we should throw dirt on someone unless we know all strong facts in person.

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We shouyd not be discussing a Gursikh's dhills (weaknesses)on a public forum. Nothing has been proved, just allegations from people who remain anonymous.

If anybody has concerns they should discuss it directly with veer Sukhpreet Singh ji.

At least this Gursikh is doing seva for the panth and went to Akal Takht each time they asked him.

No wonder there is no ekta in the panth.........................

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