In 1848, Kahn Singh was posted at Peshawar as colonel of the Dragoons. He was one of the first to join the uprising against the British. A man of great bravery and an admirable cavalry officer, his influence with the army was great. Throughout the second AngloSikh war, he fought stubbornly against the English. After the annexation of the Punjab, Kahn Sihgh`s^agwwcre confiscated, though he was granted a cash pension of Rs 600 per annum. Kahn Singh died in June 1864.
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