KARAM SIṄGH SIDDHŪ, son of Diāl Siṅgh, of village Oṭhīāṅ in Gurdāspur district, popularly known as Karam Siṅgh Oṭhīāṅvālā, rendered service in several campaigns undertaken by Mahārājā Raṇjīt Siṅgh, including those of Peshāwar and Hāzārā. Under the Sikh court he received rupees 1,800 annually subject to the service of three horsemen. He along with other members of his family joined the revolt against the British in 1848, and his jāgīrs and allowances were resumed after the annexation of the Punjab.


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Sardār Siṅgh Bhāṭīā