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JUJHAR SINGH HADA (d. 1696), who comes in for a prominent mention in Guru Gobind Singh`s Bachitra Ndtak, was a Rajput general sent by the Mughal authority to the Sivalik hills in the last decade of the seventeenth century to retrieve its hold on the hill rajas. When the news of Husain Khan`s death on 20 February 1696 at the hands of the men of Raja Gopal of Guler reached Lahore, Dilawar Khan, the Mughal chief, despatched Jujhar Singh to the hills. Jujhar Singh recaptured the town of Bhallan, in Una district, which the hill ro/dshad occupied, but, before he could consolidate his position, he was attacked by Gaj Singh ofJasvan. In spite of Jujhar Singh`s hostility.

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