SUCHCHĀ SIṄGH (1883-1924) was born the son of Bhāī Sundar Siṅgh of Chakk No. 277 Sital Rakkh in Lyāllpur, now Faisalābād, district of Pakistan. After a stint as a school teacher he joined service in the Punjab Police and rose to be a sub-inspector. Reacting to Nankāṇā Sāhib massacre and police atrocities committed during Gurū kā Bāgh agitation he resigned and became an activist of the Gurdwārā Reform movement. During the Jaito morchā he joined the first Shahīdī Jathā (a peaceful band of volunteers) which set out from Amritsar on 9 February 1924. On arrival at Jaito on 21 February 1924 this jathā was fired upon by the Nābhā state police. Suchchā Siṅgh was one of the martyrs who fell at the mound now known as Gurdwārā Ṭibbī Sāhib.
Major Gurmukh Siṅgh (Retd.)