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 Sant Fateh Singh (1911 - 1972)
Fatehji was born in a small village in Rajasthan to a family of migrant farmers. He spent most of his early career in social and educational activities around Sri Ganganagar in Rajasthan, western India. In the 1940s he along with Tara Singh, joined the Quit India movement. By 1955 Fateh Singh and Tara Singh were advocating the establishment of Punjabi Suba, a Punjabi-speaking autonomous state in India in which Sikh religious, cultural, and linguistic integrity could be preserved intact.
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