Sardar Sewa Singh Thikriwala


Sardar Sewa Singh Thikriwala

Sardar Sewa Singh Ji Thikriwala was the President of the Riyasat Parjamandal Party during the reign of Maharaja Bhupinder Singh of Patiala and the British. The vice President of this Party was Sardar Ridha Singh Ji Akali of village Ghagga in Patiala district.

Sardar Sewa Singh Ji belonged to Thikriwala village in Punjab. He is remembered and honoured as a prominent freedom fighter from Punjab. His statue is present on the intersection that leads to the Officer's Colony on one side, and Samana on the other, near the Phowara Chowk in Patiala.


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