Chaudhari Nand Ram Saini

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Nand Ram Saini' was appointed as Zaildar during the British Raj rule of India. He inherited the Zaildari in 1906 when his dad died.[1] He was appointed Zaildar from Hissar division, Punjab region.

He gave up the Zalidari in 1921 in order to support the Indian independence movement. Later, he became a member of the Indian National Congress and was also head of Hindu Mahasabha for Hissar briefly before rejoining Congress again in 1959. He died in 1973 at the age of 90.[1]

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  1. ^ a b History of Hisar: From Inception to Independence, 1935-1947, pp 312, M. M. Juneja, Published by Modern Book Co., 1989