Sardar Muhammad Khan (1915–1998), known as "SMK", was a renowned Pakistani researcher of Linguistics. He was born in a Pathan family at Basti Danishmandan (Jalandhar). After doing his secondary and higher secondary education, he did his B.A from the University of Punjab in 1934. He joined united Indian Army as a civilian employee and retired as a civilian gazetted officer from the G.H.Q, Rawalpindi in 1969. Being a government servant, under the rules, he could not publish any book until his retirement.
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