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    Bhagat Singh - The freedom fighter

    Bhagat Singh - freedom fighter

    Bhagat Singh (born: 27 or 28 September 1907, died: 23 March 1931) was a major freedom fighter in India. Together with Chandrasekhar Azad and other members of the party, he fought the powerful British Government with unprecedented courage for the country's independence. Done Earlier, after the assassination of Saunders in Lahore and subsequent bomb blasts in Delhi's Central Parliament (Central Assembly), he gave an open rebellion against the British Empire. They also refused to escape by throwing a bomb in the assembly. As a result, he was hanged on March 23, 1931 with his two other friends, Rajguru and Sukhdev. All the countries remembered their sacrifice very seriously. Bhagat Singh was interested in socialist, leftist and Marxist ideology.

    Birthplace: Village, Bawli, District of Lilapur, Punjab (now in Pakistan)
    Death spots: Lahore jail, Punjab (now in Pakistan)
    Movement: Indian independence movement organization: Naujawan Bharat Sabha, Hindustan Socialist Republican Association

    About Bhagat Singh: - 

    Bhagat Singh Sandhu was born on September 27, 1907. His father's name was Sardar Kishan Singh and mother's name was Vidyavati Kaur. It was a jat Sikh family. The Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Amritsar on April 13, 1919 had a profound effect on Bhagat Singh's thinking. Leaving the studies of the National College of Lahore, Bhagat Singh established the young India Bharat Sabha for the independence of India. Bhagat Singh was so thrilled with the execution of four revolutionaries including Ram Prasad Bismil in Kakori Kand and imprisonment of 16 others, that his party along with Pandit Chandrashekhar Azad got attached to the Hindustan Republican Association and gave him a new name, Hindustan Socialist Republican Association. The purpose of this organization is to serve, To prepare a young man who could withstand renunciation and suffering. Bhagat Singh, along with Rajguru, was killed on 17 December 1928 by the English officer J.P. Sanders, who was Assistant Superintendent of Police in Lahore. In this action, the revolutionary Chandrashekhar Azad helped him completely. Together with revolutionary fellow Batukeshwar Dutt, Bhagat Singh was throwing bombs and parchments to ward the British government on April 8, 1929 in the Parliament Hall of the Parliament of India, the then Central Assembly of the present Central Delhi. After throwing a bomb, both of them also gave their arrest.
    At that time Bhagat Singh was about twelve years old when Jallianwala Bagh massacre took place. On receiving this information, Bhagat Singh reached Jaliyawala Bagh a distance of 12 miles from his school. At this age, Bhagat Singh used to read the revolutionary books of his uncles and thought that his path is correct or not? After the non-cooperation movement of Gandhiji, he started choosing a path for himself from the violent movement of Gandhist's non-violent methods and revolutionaries. Due to the cancellation of Non-Cooperation Movement of Gandhari, there was little resentment in them, but like the entire nation, they also respected Mahatma Gandhi. But, instead of being a non-violent movement of Gandhiji, it is not unreasonable to adopt a path of violence for the country's independence. He started taking part in the procession and became a member of several revolutionary parties. Among the major revolutionaries of his party, Chandrashekhar Azad, Sukhdev, Rajguru was so. Bhagat Singh was so much disturbed by the execution of 4 revolutionaries in Kakori Kand and imprisonment of 16 others, that he merged his party Naujawan Bharat Sabha in Hindustan Republican Association in 1928 and gave him a new name, the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association.
    In the year 1928, there was a terrible demonstration for the boycott of the Simon Commission. The English government also charged the sticks for those participants in these demonstrations. Lala Lajpat Rai died due to this lathi charge. Now they have not been with them. Under a secret plan, they planned to kill the police superintendent scot. According to the planned plans, Bhagat Singh and Rajguru have been strolling in busy currency in front of Lahore Kotwali. On the other side, Jaigopal sat down with his bicycle, as if he had got worse. Both Gopal became alarmed at Gopal's notice. Chandrasekhar was working as a protector in the escort of DAVU School, under the guise of Azadpad.

    On December 17, 1928, at around four o'clock in the morning, when ASP.Net Sonders came, Rajguru killed a bullet straight in his head, immediately after which he lost his senses. After this, Bhagat Singh shot a 3-4 shot and made a complete arrangement for his death. Both of them were running as soon as a soldier Chanan Singh started pursuing them. Chandrasekhar Azad warned him - "If you go ahead, I'll shoot." On accepting it, Azad shot him. In this way these people took revenge for the death of Lala Lajpat Rai.

    Bombing in Assembly - 

    Though Bhagat Singh was not favored for bloodshed, he used to go on the leftist (communal) ideology, and was completely influenced by the principles of Karl Marx. Not only this, he was also a strong nutritionist of socialism. For this reason, he did not like the policy of exploitation against the laborers of the capitalists. At that time, since the British were the supreme servants and very few Indian industrialists were able to advance, their opposition to the oppression of the English workers was natural. It was their group's decision not to let the anti-labour policies be passed in the British Parliament. All wanted that the British should know that Hindustani is awake and there is resentment towards such policies in their heart. To do so, he had planned to throw a bomb in Delhi Central Assembly.
    Bhagat Singh wanted it to not have any bloodshed and that his 'voice' could also reach the British. Although initially everyone from his party did not think so, but in the end, the name of Bhagat Singh and Batukeshwar Dutt was unanimously chosen. According to the scheduled program, on April 8, 1929, both of them threw a bomb at a place where no one was present, otherwise he could get hurt. The whole hall was filled with smoke. Bhagat Singh wanted to run away, but he had already thought that he was guilty of penalties if he was hanged; So they refused to escape. At that time both of them were wearing khaki shirt and knit. After the bomb blast, he "Inklab-Zindabad, Imperialism-Mouradabad!" Slogan [5] and busted the air brought with them. Shortly after this the police arrived and both were taken aback.

    Jail Day: Hanging

    In the days of the prison, his thoughts and articles are found in his thoughts. They expressed sorrow in the Indian society (especially Gurmukhi and Shahmukhi of Punjabi and especially in the context of Hindi and Arabic and Urdu), distances caused by caste and religion. He also thought of an Indian attack on the weaker sections of the society as strictly as the oppression by an Englishman.
    Bhagat Singh used to come from Bengal besides Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi and English, which he had learned from Batukeshwar Dutt. He believed that his martyrdom would get disturbed by the Indian people, and it could hardly be possible for him to live. That is why he had clearly refused to write the apology despite death sentence. Bhagat Singh, who had given directions in his autobiography, Pandit Rama Prasad, 'Bismil' followed him literally. He also wrote a letter to the British government, which said that he should be considered a war criminal symbol of the war against the British government and be shot on fire instead of hanging. In a letter sent to his brother Kultar on March 3, before the execution, Bhagat Singh wrote -
    They are worried about this, all the time, what is the new Tarz-e-Zafa?
    We have this hobby, see what is the meaning of seam?
    Why do not you worry about the darah, what do you want to do?
    Sarah, where Adu is right, come! Match up.
    These fiery rows can be guessed by their bravery. With his hand on the burning candle at the time of his first meeting with Chandrashekhar Azad, he had sworn that his life would be sacrificed on the country and he fulfilled his vows. 

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