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Bhagat Singh || Celebrating Martyrdom day in India 30 January and 23 March 2018

Bhagat Singh || Celebrating Martyrdom day in India 30 January and 23 March 2018

On the occasion of Martyrdom Day, we are going to tell you, 9 such things related to the life of Bhagat Singh who born in Pakistan, which you hardly know.

1: Bhagat Singh was born on September 28, 1907, in a Sikh family in Banga village of Lyallpur district (now in Pakistan) in the Punjab province of British India. Although there is some contradiction on his date of birth, his family celebrates birthdate on September 28. At the same time, some places get referring to their birthday on September 27.

2: The ancestors of Bhagat Singh were born in Khatakkalam village near Nawanshahr, Punjab. Therefore, Khatakkalam is their ancestral village. Bhagat Singh’s grandfather Sardar Arjan Singh was the first Sikh who became Arya Samaji. His three sons-Kishan Singh, Ajit Singh, and Swaran Singh were famous freedom fighters. The Jallianwala Bagh massacre, which took place on April 13, 1919, had a profound impact on Bhagat Singh and he started dreaming of India’s freedom. Bhagat Singh || Celebrating Martyrdom day in India 30 January and 23 March 2018

3: There was a great reason for the revolutionary transformation of Bhagat Singh’s life, His admission to the famous National College, Lahore, as ‘Nursery of Patriots‘ in 1921. This college was started by Lala Lajpat Rai. During college days, Bhagat participated in many plays such as Rana Pratap, Samrat Chandragupta and Bharat Durdsha in the form of an actor.

Martyr day in India 2018, Bhagat Singh Shaheed Diwas 2018

4: It will be surprised to know that when the relatives wanted to marry Bhagat Singh, they left the house and fled to Kanpur. In the letter left behind, he wrote that he has dedicated his life to the great work of liberating the country. Therefore, no worldly desire or luxury can now attract them. Bhagat Singh || Celebrating Martyrdom day in India 30 January and 23 March 2018.

Bhagat Singh || Celebrating Martyrdom day in India 30 January and 23 March 2018
Bhagat Singh || Celebrating Martyrdom day in India 30 January and 23 March 2018

5: Shaheed-e-Azam was married in such a way but how did it happen, describing this about Bhagat Singh’s martyrdom, his close friend Bhagwati Charan Vohra’s wife Durga Bhabhi, who himself was a revolutionary Veeranga, said, “The hanging board made its pavilion, neck’s noose his varmala and And death his bride.”

6: Bhagat Singh’s contribution as a freedom fighter is also amazing in his own right. Prior to his arrest on April 8, 1929, he took part in the movement of the freedom struggle. In 1920, when Gandhi started the Non-Cooperation Movement (Asahyog Andolan), At that time Bhagat Singh was only 13 years old and in 1929 when arrested, 22 years old. In these 9 years, his activities as a freedom fighter were not less than any patriot. “Bhagat Singh || Celebrating Martyrdom day in India 30 January and 23 March 2018”.

7: Due to his patriotism, his family was considered rebel in that period of the British Raj. It reveals his nephew Kiranjeet Singh Sandhu. Kiranjeet Singh Sandhu says that due to selfish politicians, the dreams of martyrs have not been fulfilled in the country even today. Even today, the country is divided into caste, religion, regionalism etc. Some selfish leaders are forgetting the duty of the country in the greed of power.

8: In Lahore conspiracy case he was hanged with Rajguru and Sukhdev and on March 24, 1931, the date of hanging was fixed. But 11 hours prior to the due date, they were hanged on March 23, 1931, at 7:30 pm, which was given illegally. His name was not only in the FIR. To make the truth a lie, the British government has received false testimony from 451 people. ‘Bhagat Singh || Celebrating Martyrdom day in India 30 January and 23 March 2018’

9: Bhagat Singh Memorial Foundation, Pak Chairman Advocate Imtiaz Rashid Quraishi says this. Qureshi presented all the court documents including the FIR of the police to the Indian Advocate Momin Malik in Jallianwala Bagh and in this case also claimed to get justice. Now after reopening this case to the Pakistani court, its study will be in Hindustan.

Bhagat Singh || Celebrating Martyrdom day in India 30 January and 23 March 2018