Leaves the Army

The first battle was fought between the Khalsa army and the British Imperialists at Mudaki on 18th December, 1845.
Visualizing the inevitable future and goals of the imperialists, He left the army and headed back to Sri Bhaini Sahib. Satguru
Ram Singh Ji declared, “You can’t be victorious how so ever hard efforts you may put in, as you have forgotten the teachings of
the Guru”.

On the way out, he threw his gun into the River Sutlej at Harike and left the army for good. On being asked by the Sikh Sardars,
Satguru Ram Singh Ji replied. “I am throwing my gun today, you will throw it tomorrow. You are bound to be defeated due to
the treachery of your own Sardars”.

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