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Bhagat Singh (September 28, 1907 – March 23, 1931)
February 14, 1931 (Congress Party Chairman Madan Mohan Malviya enter Bhagat Singh mercy property). He was an Indian revolutionary and a socialist. He is considered one of the most influential revolutionaries in the Indian independence movement.
He is also called “Shaheed Bhagat Singh”. (The word Shaheed means martyr (one of the meanings of the word is “one who dies for a special cause.”).
He was born into a Sikh¹ family. His family had been involved in previous revolutionary activities against British rule. When Bhagat Singh was a teenager, I studied the European revolutionary movements. he was drawn to anarchy and Marxist ideologies.
He became involved in numerous revolutionary activities. He quickly gained prominence in the “Hindustan Republican Association” (HRA) and became one of the main leaders. Over time, the organization’s name was changed to the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association (HSRA). This happened in 1928.
Lala Lajpat Rai² was killed at the hands of the police. Bhagat Singh wanted revenge for this incident. he was involved in the murder of British police officer John Saunders. The police tried to capture him. However, Bhagat Singh managed to avoid arrest.
he made a plan to bomb the Central Legislative Assembly. He teamed up with Batukeshwar Dutt for this task. bombed along with two bombs. They shouted slogans and distributed leaflets of the revolution.
After the bombing, they surrendered and were arrested. He spent 116 days in prison edecidiiu do not eat at all times. He did it to demand equal rights for British and Indian political prisoners. In response to this protest he in particular won the support of the entire country.
His mentor as a young man was Kartar Singh Sarabha³, who always carries the photo in his pocket. Singh is considered a martyr by the Indians themselves for acting to avenge the death of Lala Lajpat Rai.
In the pamphlet that I played in central assembly on April 9, 1929, he stated:
“It is easy to kill people; you cannot kill ideas; great empires collapsed, while ideas survived.”
After studying the Russian Revolution, he wanted to die like this. that his death was to inspire the youth of India, who in turn would unite them to fight the British Empire. While in prison, Singh and two others had written a letter to Lord Irwin, asking to be treated as prisoners of war and therefore to be executed by firing squad and not by hanging.
Singh’s friend Prannath Mehta visited him in prison on March 20, four days before his execution, with a draft letter of clemency, but he refused to sign the document.