LAKKHĪ MALL, DĪWĀN (d. 1844), an official of the Lahore Government in the Indus territories, which included Ḍerā Ismā'īl Khān, annexed by Mahārājā Raṇjīt Siṅgh in 1836. Lakkhī Mall's charge also included Bannū which the Sikhs had occupied in 1825. In January 1844 Dīwān Lakkhī Mall led an expedition against Fateh Khān Ṭiwāṇā, an important chief in the neighbourhood of Bannū-Ṭoṅk region. He captured Ṭoṅk from where Fateh Khān Ṭiwānā had fled.
Lakkhī Mall died in March 1844 and was succeeded by his son Dīwān Daulat Rāi.
G. S. Chhābṛā