GURBAKHSH SINGHGURBAKHSH SINGH (d. 1776) of Wazirabad, son of Ram Singh, was a follower of Charhat Singh Sukkarchakkia. He participated in the assault on Amritsar resulting in the capture of the Bharigi tower situated between the Rambagh and Chativind gates. After the conquest of northern parts of Gujranwala district by Charhat Singh, Wazirabad was claimed by Gurbakhsh Singh. Gurbakhsh Singh married his daughter, Desari, to Charhat Singh, his leader, and gained further influence by this matrimonial alliance. He died in 1776, his son Jodh Singh succeeding to jagirs worth over a lakh of rupees.
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