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'''Daffadar''' ([[Hindustani language|Hindustani]]: दफ़्फ़दार <small>([[Devanagari]])</small> ; [[Urdu]]: {{Nastaliq|دفعدار}} <small>([[Nastaliq]])</small>) was the equivalent rank to [[sergeant]] in the [[cavalry]] of the [[British Indian Army]], the next rank up from [[lance daffadar]]. The equivalent in other units was [[havildar]]. Like a British sergeant, a daffadar wore three rank [[Chevron (insignia)|chevron]]s.{{citation needed|date=June 2013}}
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'''Daffadar''' ([[Hindustani language|Hindustani]]: दफ़्फ़दार <small>([[Devanagari]])</small> ; Urdu: {{Nastaliq|دفعدار}} <small>([[Nastaliq]])</small>) was the equivalent rank to [[sergeant]] in the [[cavalry]] of the [[British Indian Army]], the next rank up from [[lance daffadar]]. The equivalent in other units was [[havildar]]. Like a British sergeant, a daffadar wore three rank [[Chevron (insignia)|chevron]]s.{{citation needed|date=November 2014}}
   
 
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Daffadar (Hindustani: दफ़्फ़दार (Devanagari) ; Urdu: دفعدار (Nastaliq)) was the equivalent rank to sergeant in the cavalry of the British Indian Army, the next rank up from lance daffadar. The equivalent in other units was havildar. Like a British sergeant, a daffadar wore three rank chevrons.[citation needed]

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