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Nattha Singh, Bhai

One of the Jaito Martyrs (D. 1924)

Son of Bhai Dhanna Singh Randhava of Moga, was one of the martyrs who fell in the firing at jaito. He had studied up to the sixth class and was engaged in farming. As the Gurdwara Reform movement got underway in the early 1920's, he took the Khalsa pdhul and became an Akali activist. For a time he was secretary of the Akali jatha of Moga tahsil. When the first shahidi jatha, column of volunteers for martyrdom, was passing through Moga on its way to jaito, Natha Singh accompanied it. As the jatha, was fired upon on its approach to jaito on 21 February 1924, he received a bullet wound in his leg, and was admitted to the station hospital at Firozpur cantonment

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