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ABDUL KHALIK, Sepoy, 24781. M.G. Bn. 13th. Frontier Force Rifles. 19th January 1946. Age 19. Son of Lawang and Sat Khanama, of Darga, Mianwali, Pakistan.


AMIR, Cook, 173993. 53 Indian General Hospital. Indian Army Medical Corps. 18th August 1946. Age 39. Son of Ramjian, of Bhimgarhi, Aligarh, India; husband of Gafuran, of Bhimgarhi.


AMIR AHMAD, Water Carrier, 156589. 107 Ordnance Sub. Park. Indian Army Ordnance Corps. 6th August 1946. Age 39. Son of Muhammad Ali, of Nasoolahpur, Saharanpur, India; husband of Haliman, of Nasoolahpur.


FATEH KHAN, Sepoy, 22236. 4th Bn. 14th Punjab Regiment. 12th March 1946. Age 31. Son of Nur Muhammad and Alam Khatun, of Lawa, Attock, Pakistan.


KARAM KHAN, Lance Naik, E/166750. 261 (I.W.T.) Operating Coy. Indian Engineers. 17th October 1946. Age 23. Son of Sardar Khan and Thandi, of Bhagwal, Gujrat, Pakistan.


MANZUR ILLAHI, Sepoy, 28814. M.G. Bn. 13th. Frontier Force Rifles. 11th June 1946. Age 18. Son of Ibrahim Khan and Mehtab Bi, of Chauntrian, Jhelum, Pakistan; husband of Fatima Bi, of Chauntrian.


NYANAMUTHI, Lance Naik, N, 126582. 421 Field Coy. Queen Victoria's Own Madras Sappers and Miners. 5th May 1946. Age 27. Son of Eni Kutti and Aylasai Kutti, of Cheriyamudu, South Malabar, India.


QADIR KHAN, Sapper, E/144462. 261 (I.W.T.) Operating Coy. Indian Engineers. 20th August 1946. Son of Nur Ahmad Khan and Raj Bhari, of Shergarh, Gujrat, Pakistan.


SHABIR, Pioneer, 28953. Indian Pioneer Corps. 21st August 1946. Age 29. Son of Chille and Dhepari, of Barachaur, Nepal.


SHAH MUHAMMAD, Lance Daffadar, V/9339. Indian Army Veterinary Corps attd. 1st Bn. 9th Jat Regiment. 13th March 1946. Age 27. Son of Wahab Din, of Pindi Rampur, Gujrat, Pakistan; husband of Fazl Begum, of Pindi Rampur.


SURAJ DIN, Ward Servant, 140391. 14 Casualty Clearing Station. Indian Army Medical Corps. 20th November 1945. Age 24. Son of Pancham and Gulaba, of Mohanganj, Rae Bareilly, India; husband of Sahabzadia, of Mohanganj.



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