While Ahmed Shah Durranny remained at Coel, he received A H. 1173.
A D. 1759.
advice, that Adina Beg Khan, whom he had once more appointed Subadar of Lahore, was dead, and that the Sicks taking advan­tage of that event, had assembled in great numbers, attacked and defeated Sumbu das, the Dewan of Adina Beg Khan, who after his master’s death had attempted to keep things in order.—On this intelligence, the Durranny Shah appointed Zien Khan to be Foujdar of Sirhind, and Bullund Khan to be Subadar of Lahore, and dispatched them to their stations with an army of 10,000 horse.