Karam Singh was a prominent Akali leader in the district of Sialkot and was imprisoned more than eight times during the freedom struggle. An agricultarist, Karam Singh resided in the village named Adamke which was on the main Lahore-Sialkot highway and connected to Jammu.
His son Dalip Singh and his family left Adamke and camped at Daska. From there the refugees were taken via train to Sialkot and then to Narowal. The story talks about massive train massacres ocurring in Narowal at the time of their arrival.