This part shows frustrations of Ranjha with the Sials. He accuses them of various aspects of lack of character. These include elements of lack of trust, going back on their word, using name of religion for personal gains. He complains of Heers forcible marriage and comes hard on the Jutt clan and brings out their weaknesses in their character as well. In doing so, he calls them as thieves, deceits, ones who use others to achieve personal gains and untrustworthy. He even says that the Jutts give similar lessons to their children and convince them to cheat anyone they deal with. The poet however moves on and speaks of the beauty of the Punjabi women and Punjabi culture.