JASSA MALL (d. 1836), son of Dhanpat, a Brahman shopkeeper, of the village of Dalval, in Jehlum district, joined Maharaja Ranjit Singh`s service in 1809 as a clerk on five rupees a month. In 1816, he became a treasurer in the Bela To shakhana, the treasury for charitable purposes. The following year he was promoted ddroghd or custodian of the to shakhdnd. On the conquest of Kashmir in 1819, he became the treasurer of the new province. In 1832, he was given the contract for the revenues of Jehlum and Rohtas districts. He held this contract until his death in 1836. Misr Lal Singh, later known as Raja Lal Singh, was his son.
1. Griffin, Lcpel, and C.F.Massy, Chiefs and Families of Note in the Pun jab.Lahore, 1909