|Born||12 July 1921 |
Panjgrain Kalan, Faridkot, Punjab 
|Died||9 December 2015 |
Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar 
|Years of service||16 February 1947 - 1973|
|Unit||Sikh Light Infantry|
|Awards||Maha Vir Chakra|
Brig Sant Singh was an officer in the Indian Army. He was one of the six officers of the Indian Army to have been decorated with the Maha Vir Chakra, India's second highest war time military decoration, twice. He was one of the Indian officers involved in training the Mukti Bahini, during the Indo-Pakistani War of 1971.
Sant Singh was born on 12 July 1921 in Panjgrain Kalan in Faridkot, Punjab. He studied in Brijendra High School, Faridkot and RSD College, Ferozpur. He was commissioned into the Sikh Light Infantry on 16 February 1947. He has a daughter Satinder Kaur married to Brigadier (Retired) Sarabjeet Randhawa.
He took over as the commander of the Sikh Light Infantry in 1964. He led the regiment to victory in the Battle of OP Hill in the Indo-Pakistani War of 1965. He remained as the commander of the regiment till 1968. He was also instrumental in training the guerrilla forces of the Mukti Bahini and his brigade marched into Dhaka, after catching the Pakistani forces off guard, and thereby forcing the enemy to surrender. He retired in 1973.
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