Patriotism in the Blood of Umranangal Family – Things to Know

Mission Blue Start 1984

It was June 3, 1984. The 378th martyrdom anniversary of Guru Arjan, the fifth Guru of the Sikhs, was being commemorated when the Indian Army launched a military attack on the holiest Sikh shrine under the strange name of  Operation Blue Star. Why was this day chosen for the attack? It was no coincidence that the day chosen for the attack was a historic day.  Two centuries ago, on the day of Diwali, 1736, the Mughal forces attacked the Golden

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Jiwan Singh Umranangal Grandfather of IPS P.S.Umranangal

Jiwan Singh Umranangal Father Of PS Umranangal

Jiwan Singh Umranangal was born in 1914, in the Dhaliwal Bet village of the Kapurthala district. Sardar Jiwan Singh completed his matriculation from the Kapurthala High School. He also became the sarpanch and nambardar (village head) of his native village – Umra Nangal. Sh. Jiwan Singh Umranangal was an agriculturist by profession, but he also had an interest in politics, owing to which he joined politics, in 1952, as a career. He was a former senior Akali Dal leader and

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