Shaheed Bhai Bhagwant Singh Kala

Khalistan Commando Force


Bhai Bhagwant Singh Mahna Mallian alias Kala Bullet was born in the year of 1957, in the house of Sardar Gurbaksh Singh and from the womb of Mata Gurdeep Kaur in the village of Mahna Mallian, near Sursingh. Bhai Sahib was the third eldest of 5 children, eldest being Bhai Kulwant Singh, Bibi Simarjit Kaur, Bhai Jaswant Singh, Bhai Gursewak Singh and the youngest Shaheed Bhai Pargat Singh alias Mini Bullet. Bhai Sahib was born in an ordinary farming household, where his father was a Lambardar of his village and had previously served as a Sarpanch too.


At a very tender age of 15 years, Bhai Sahib’s mother passed away. Bhai Sahib received no formal education and from a young age began farming to support his family, Bhai Sahib continued farming in his fields up until 1987. Even when Bhai Sahib was farming, he remained dedicated to serving the Sikh nation by doing selfless service at his local Gurdwara, including the service of Panj Pyare, for the Nishan Sahib at various Gurdwaras within the nearby villages.


During this time, the Sikh freedom movement was in full swing and with good fortune Bhai Sahib had the honour of meeting Bhai Harbhajan Singh Chatthu (Sursingh) of Khalistan Commando Force. Bhai Sahib secretly took up the responsibility of bringing bullets and weapons from Pakistan. Bhai Sahib successfully fulfilled this mission for many years and did not participate in any further actions. As Bhai Sahib continued to perform this service to the Khalistan cause, they were also blessed with the gift of Amrit by the Panj Pyare. Soon the police had caught onto the actions of Bhai Bhagwant Singh Kala and labelled him an enemy of the State. It was no longer safe for Bhai Sahib to reside at their village home, so he left his home to live with the Jhujaru Singhs instead.


In an encounter with the district police of village Bhakna, in Amritsar. The police forces had completely surrounded Bhai Sahib with the intent to capture him alive. However on this occasion, he was fortunate to evade the police and escape the encounter unharmed. In the summer of 1991, the end day came when Bhai Sahib would attain martyrdom. Bhai Sahib was called to Algon Kothi where he arrived alone and without weapons. Little did Bhai Sahib know that this was a set-up and he would draw his final breath. After Bhai Sahib’s martyrdom, his younger brother, Shaheed Bhai Pargat Singh Mini Bullet joined the Sikh freedom movement and would soon follow his brother’s footsteps and attain martyrdom on 2nd November 1992.


Information given by the family of Shaheed Bhai Bhagwant Singh Kala