The Treaty of Lahore, signed on 9 March 1946, marked the end of the First Anglo-Sikh War, which took place between the Sikh Empire and the East India Company between 1845 and 1846. On March 11, 1846, two days after the contract was signed, the same parties signed an additional eight articles. [22] It provided that a British force would remain in Lahore no later than the end of the year “to protect the person of the Maharajah and the inhabitants of the city of Lahore during the reorganization of the Sikh army.” This endorsement was reached at the request of Lahore Durbar. The army of Lahore would evacuate the city, provide favourable quarters for British troops and the Lahore government would pay the additional expenses. [23] The supplementary statutes stipulated that British troops would remain in Lahore by the end of 1846. As time approached for the British to leave, Durbar asked that the troops stay until the Maharaja reached the age of 16. The British agreed and new articles forming the Bhyroval Treaty were being developed. [29] It was signed on 26 December 1846 by Currie, Lawrence and 13 members of Durbar, and ratified by Hardinge and the young Maharaja. During the First Anglo-Sikh War, Maharaja Gulab Singh Jamwal (Dogra) helped the British Empire against the Sikhs. [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [1] [10] [11] [12] [12] [13] After the defeat of the Sikh Empire, the Treaty of Lahore (9 March 1846) and the Treaty of Amritsar (1846) were signed (16 March 1846). Under the Lahore contract, signed between Maharaja Duleep Singh (Sikh), 7 years (September 4, 1838 – October 22, 1893) and the British Empire on March 9, 1846, Jammu was taken over on paper by the British Empire.

[5] [3] [4] [6] [7] [8] [9] [2] [10] [11] [12] Article 12 of the Treaty of Lahore states that “given the Sing of Rajah Golab of Jummoo, The services rendered to the State of Lahore to restore relations between the government of Lahore and Great Britain, the Maharajah herebid agrees to recognize the independent sovereignty of Rajah Golab Sing in the territories and districts in the hills how it accepts the Rajah Golab , by a separate agreement between him and the British government, with the dependencies that could be held by the Rajah sing since the late Maharajah Khurruck Sing and the British government, given the good behavior of Rajah Golab Sing, to recognize his independence in these territories and grant him the privileges of a separate contract with the British government.” Article 3 Given the transfer to him and his heirs by the provisions of the previous article Maharajah Gulab Singh will be paid to the British government the sum of seventy-five lakhs of rupees (Nanukshahee), fifty lakhs on October 1 of the current year, A.D., 1846.