Biography of Bhagat Singh

          Biography of Bhagat Singh 




Shaheed Bhagat Singh was a great revolutionary who swung the gallows to the nation laughing,
Friends, we all know this much. But I will tell you today some things related to the life and death of Bhagat ji in this artical, some of which you have hardly heard before, which will also give you inspiration for your life.

Synopsis

28 September 1907 Friends, it is about 110 years ago that when India and Pakistan were not divided, that is, Pakistan and India were the same country that the British had enslaved, then Bhagat Singh was born on 28 September 1907. It took place in Banga village in Lalpur district of Punjab province, which is now part of Pakistan.
Friends Bhagat's father's name was Sardar Kishan Singh Mata's name was Vidyavati Corps, Bhagat Singh's father and uncle Ajit Singh were also active fighters. All of Bhagat Singh's family were very brave and courageous, Bhagat Singh was brave, courageous and since childhood. Were fearless Seeing his courage, even older children used to be afraid of him, once upon a time when he went to the farm with his father, he asked his father, "Father, what do you guys do in this farm?"

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He said that in this field, we are the seeds that crop up and there is a lot of grain.
On this, he questioned his father that if father is like this then why do not you guys speak guns in the field so that there is also the job of killing the British, and we will have a lot of guns, then we will be able to face the British with courage,
Friends, Sardar Kishan Singh heard this from his son's mouth, he was surprised at first but he was also happy that his son is going on the path of patriotism.
 As Bhagat Singh grew older, the spirit of patriotism started to grow in his mind
13 April 1919 It was the day that something happened that shook the heart and soul of Bhagat Singh and filled his mind with anger against the British rule because on this day the most cruel and nurse defeat of India history, friends. The incident was in the massacre at Jallianwala Bagh near the Golden Temple in Amritsar, Punjab province of India, in which British officer General Dyer opposed the Rowlatt Act. Stood in the crowd without warning at a gathering of thousands had chalva fire on innocent unarmed people and friends were killed more than 1,000 people, according to Anadikarik data in this event,
And when Bhagat Singh heard about this incident, he walked about 20 km to the place where the incident happened and what he saw was very painful and from that day he decided to avenge all those martyrs. And brought home in blood-soaked clay handfuls, at that time he was only 12 years old
1 August 1920 This is the date when Mahatma Gandhi started the Non-Cooperation Movement according to which he said that no Hindustani should support the British Government, every government servant should quit jobs, children come out of labor factories and stop going to government schools. Do not give any kind of tax, burn all foreign clothes, friends, the motive behind this was that the British government should stop all the work in India, He assured the people that if everyone did this together, India would get independence within 1 year. Friends of Bhagat Singh's family were very much inspired by Mahatma Gandhi's ideas. He was also inspired by the Indian National Congress and his non-cooperation movement. He also supported, and friends at a very young age, Bhagat Singh joined the Non-Cooperation Movement of Mahatma Gandhi and grew up to participate in it. And he even burned books familiar to him by the British government, supporting Gandhi's demands.

5 February 1922


On 5 February 1922, friends again, on 1 February 5, 1922, at a place called Chori Chora in Gorakhpur district, the police forcibly stopped a procession, due to which the public got angry and set fire to the police station in which a police station and 21 soldiers died. Gandhiji was stunned by this incident and angered by this, Gandhiji withdrew his Non-Cooperation Movement saying that our country is not fully ready for freedom, The cancellation of Gandhiji's non-cooperation movement led to Bhagat Singh's indignation towards Gandhiji, but he respected Mahatma Gandhi like the whole nation, but he thought it appropriate to adopt the path of violent revolution instead of Gandhiji's non-violent movement. Started participating in and became a member of many revolutionary parties, among the leading revolutionaries of his party, Chandrashekha Azad, Raj Guru and Sukhdev were so,
On August 9, 1925, there was a historic incident of the revolutionaries of the Indian independence struggle looting the treasury of the British government to buy weapons with the intention of waging a fierce war against the British Raj, which we know today as the Kakori Kand. 4 revolutionaries were hanged and 16 others were sentenced to life 

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imprisonment for 4 years. Gaya was so angry with Bhagat that in 1928 he merged his party Naujawan Bharat Sabha into Hindustan Republican Association and gave it a new name "Hindustan Socialist Republican Association".
30 October 1928 was the same year in which horrific demonstrations took place to boycott the commission, on 30 October 1928, they participated in a huge protest against the Simon Commission in Lahore.During which Lala Lajpat Rai was badly injured in the lathicharge, at that time Lala Lajpat Rai had said "every lathi lying on my body will work one nail in the coffin of the British Government"
 17 November 1928 Friends, Lala Lajpat Rai died due to these injuries on 17 November 1928. The whole country was drowned in grief after the death of Lala Lajpat Rai but Bhagat Singh and his comrades killed the coat to teach the British Government a lesson. Planned, which was the British Superintendent of Police,

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On 17 December 1928, friends Bhagat Singh, Jai Gopal, Rajguru and Chandrashekhar Azad were stationed at Lahore Kotwali on 17 December 1928 at about 4:15 pm, and upon seeing Soldier in place of that court proceeded to kill him as the Soldiers were also in that blood. The government was represented and then Bhagat Singh and Rajguru together shot and killed the Soldiers, and escaped from there and in this way these people avenged the death of Lala Lajpat Rai ji. That event was followed by Bhagat Singh had cut his hair and beard that did them no identity
8 April 1929 Friends, the British Government had nothing to do with the misery and sufferings of the common man laborers of India, small business and poor people, their purpose was only to loot the country of India and rule India. The anti-labor bill was wanted to be passed, but Bhagat Singh, Chandrashekhar and his party did not approve that the common people of the country whose conditions were already very much due to slavery It was worse, and to protest against this bill, Bhagat Singh and his colleague Batukeshwar Dutt threw bombs in the Central Assembly of Delhi on 8 April 1929, the purpose of throwing the bomb there was not to kill anyone, but The British government had to wake up from its sleepless news and protest against the bill and that's why the bombs thrown in the assembly were carefully thrown at the empty space and those bombs were No deadly explosive was used. After throwing the bomb, Bhagat Singh and his partner Batukeshwar Dutt gave their arrest, raising slogans of Inquilab Zindabad, because friends Bhagat Singh had determined that his life was not so important. As much as the British bring the atrocities on Indians to the world, after arrest Bhagat Singh and Batukeshwar Dutt That there was incarcerated Bhagat Singh noticed that a lot of discrimination in the British and Indian prisoners housed there, the Indian prisoners there, everything was painful was went unchanged from Vrdiya went provided by the prison administration for years
    

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