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Today in Sikh History :26th June


 

26th June

 

1838Maharaja Ranjit Singh signed a tri-party agreement with the British and Shujah and British. Under this agreement, Maharaja Ranjit Singh was to give 5000 troops, British to give officers and financial assistance to Shah Shujah against Dost Mohd. Maharaja Ranjit Singh was virtually forced into this treaty by British diplomacy.
1839Maharaja Ranjit Singh suffered another stroke.
1984Baba Nihal Singh Hariawalae arrested.
1984Panj Payaras demanded from the President, Prime Minister, and Governor of Punjab to give control of kar Sewa to SGPC.
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