Some articles on master tara singh, singh:
... It was a period when Master Tara Singh as leader of the Sikhs adopted various strategies to keep the Sikh interests safe while dealing with the Unionists and the Congress party ... on the Communal Award and some other questions relating to Sikhs vis-à-vis Muslims forced Master Tara Singh to adopt an independent course for the Shiromani Akali Dal to safeguard Sikh ... and a faction of Central Akali Dal under Giani Sher Singh and the loyalists group among the Sikhs organised themselves under the banner of new party called the Khalsa National ...
... An important aspect of this struggle of Master Tara Singh against the Unionist government was that he got cooperation neither from the moderate, loyalist ... Noteworthy in this context is the fact that the personal enmity between Master Tara Singh and Sir Sunder Singh Majithia became public ... Master Tara Singh's fears were further augmented by the Sikander-Jinnah Pact of October 1937 ...
... tried all the means to handover the place to the Muslims, but Master Tara Singh refused to submit the possession of the Gurdwara to the Muslims, while Sardar Sunder ... Master Tara Singh opposed the move as he had lost faith in the good intentions of Sir Sikander ... In his letter of 10 September 1937 to him Master Tara Singh explained this decision that he and his colleagues believed that Sikander's efforts were to strengthen the Muslim position and to build a Muslim rule in Punjab ...
1921 adopted a resolution asking its secretary Sunder Singh Ramgarhia to hand over the keys of the treasury to its president, Kharak Singh ... Sunder Singh Ramgarhia consulted the Deputy Commissioner and deposited the keys with the government treasury and subsequently also resigned as the sarbrah of the Golden Temple ... The government appointed Honorary Captain Bahadur Singh as the new sarbrah ...
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