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Out of these, who would make the best leader of Sikhs, right now?  

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  1. 1. Out of these, who would make the best leader of Sikhs, right now?

    • Diljit Dosanjh
      2
    • NDP Jagmeet Singh
      1
    • Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi UK MP
      0
    • Me
      5
    • Random saintly Indian mother/Nihang
      0
    • iiSuperwomanii
      0
    • Akal Takht/ a current Jatha
      2


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15 hours ago, mahandulai said:

Out of all of these, in the options on the poll, who would do the best JOB? whether you like them or not, who would do the best JOB, to lead Sikhs to their best times....?

Out of all those, only Jagmeet singh has shown leadership qualities, so yeh, Jagmeet Singh...  

But do sikhs really need a LEADER ?

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7 hours ago, Amit12 said:

Out of all those, only Jagmeet singh has shown leadership qualities, so yeh, Jagmeet Singh...  

But do sikhs really need a LEADER ?

someone, whom, when the UN has issues, or the government has issues with Sikh stuff, there is a specific someone to talk to and rely on to relay the message to and have a message for the SIkhs. idk if we need one either

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9 hours ago, mahandulai said:

someone, whom, when the UN has issues, or the government has issues with Sikh stuff, there is a specific someone to talk to and rely on to relay the message to and have a message for the SIkhs. idk if we need one either

Well there is no specific someone until a country belonging to our folks be it anywhere. 

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6 hours ago, Redoptics said:

Wouldn't trust it to one being, we need five trusted Gursikhs.

^^ Thank you. 

This advice was given to Mahraja Ranjit Singh by Akali Phoola Singh and Hari Singh Nalwa to transfer Sikh raj to Panj Piyarays. He didn't and then you see how UK looted trillions from Punjab.

 

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We have a leader. We have SGGSJ. We don't need anyone. 

Sri Guru Granth Sahib jee is our eternal guru. Leaders are usually important and even our Gurus put leaders in place for various things. For example; Guru Amar das jee appointed both men and woman as leader for  22 manjis he set up across the country.

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15 minutes ago, S1ngh said:

^^ Thank you. 

This advice was given to Mahraja Ranjit Singh by Akali Phoola Singh and Hari Singh Nalwa to transfer Sikh raj to Panj Piyarays. He didn't and then you see how UK looted trillions from Punjab.

 

Sri Guru Granth Sahib jee is our eternal guru. Leaders are usually important and even our Gurus put leaders in place for various things. For example; Guru Amar das jee appointed both men and woman as leader for  22 manjis he set up across the country.

Err what is your point? 

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