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Gabbar Singh was born in 1926 in Dang village of Gohad Tehsil, Bhind district in the state of Madhya Pradesh. In 1955, Gabbar Singh left his house and village to join the Kalyan Singh gang of Bhind. Later, Gabbar formed his own gang between October and December 1956, then committed a series of murders and dacoities in Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh.
 He had the biggest reward on his head in 1959, however Gabbar had instilled so much fear that no one dared to leak any information regarding him. He died on November 13, 1959 in Jagannath-Ka-Pur village of Bhind district during a gunbattle with the police force.
 

Dadua
Shiv Kumar Patel or Dadua was a notorious dacoit who operated in ravines and forests on the borders between the Indian states of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. Dadua's first recorded instance of crime was the murdering of Jagannath on 16 May 1978 as the revenge of his father’s death. An hour later, the police arrested the young man who went on to become the most powerful and longest surviving dacoit Shiv Kumar Dadua.
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