BŪṚ SIṄGH, BHĀĪ (1896-1921), son of Bhāī Mal Siṅgh Kamboj and Māī Ās Kaur, of Chakk No. 80 Mūlā Siṅghvālā, district Sheikhūpurā, was born on 10 Phāgun 1952 Bk/22 February 1896. His parents originally belonged to village Bahoṛū in Amritsar district and had settled in the newly developed canal colony in western Punjab, Chakk No. 80, only in 1892. Būṛ Siṅgh received elementary education in the village school and gurdwārā. He was present at Chūhaṛkāṇā on 30 December 1920 when Gurdwārā Sachchā Saudā was taken over from Udāsī mahants and brought under the management of the reformist. Akālīs by Khālsā Dīwān Kharā Saudā Bār under the leadership of Jathedār Kartār Siṅgh Jhabbar. Būṛ Siṅgh took the Khālsā pāhul on the spot and became an Akālī activist. He joined the jathā of Bhāī Lachhmaṇ Siṅgh Dhārovālī and attained martyrdom at Nankāṇā Sāhib on 20 February 1921, which happened to be his 26th birthday.
See NANKĀṆĀ SĀHIB MASSACRE
Gurcharan Siṅgh Giānī