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41<div style="color:#FFFFFF;">avildar Ishar Singh is a part of the Sikh Regiment of the British Indian Army posted at Gulistan fort along with the British-held territories, and Afghan border. A British officer is jealous of him because of his superior fighting skills and thinks little of the native Indians, deeming them to be cowards. While just returning from a border patrol, the troop sees a group of Afghan tribesmen led by Saidullah trying to kill a married Afghan woman who does not acknowledge her forced marriage. Ishar Singh intervenes, fights off the tribesmen, and rescues the woman by killing her husband, thereby disobeying his immediate superior. Once the troop reaches the base fort, the British officer reports Ishar Singh&#39;s disobedience to his commanding officer who sits at the nearby Lockhart fort. The Afghans then attack the British-controlled Gulistan fort but are stopped by Ishar Singh who fights valiantly, killing many Afghans. He is punished and transferred to Saraga
42 rhi Fort that sits between Gulistan and Lockhart fort and enables communication between them. When Ishar Singh&#39;s transfer orders are issued, he travels to Saragarhi fort and upon arriving there finds the troop in a mess. He enforces discipline in the troop by punishing all to live without food for an entire week. The troop initially is furious but later respects Ishar Singh on learning that he too was living without food. Meanwhile, Saidullah forms an alliance between the Afghan tribes and motivates them to mount an attack on British territories as a unified force. Ishar Singh and Lal Singh go to a nearby village in search of their infor</div>
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