What did 'Bhagat Singh' do for India ?

 



What did Shaheed 'Bhagat Singh' do? 

The Story begins when Bhagat Singh was a child, when Britishers ruled 'Hindustan'. Bhagat Singh was very small when he saw the incident which occurred in 'Jallianwala Bagh'. How lakhs of people died, when Britishers gave an order to open cease fire on People. Who came to oppose the law taken by British. I literally recall How Bhagat Singh became a Revolutionary Hero?? He sacrificed his love and marriage for Freedom. He left his marriage and ran to fight against British. Could you leave your Shaadi for Independence?? Can you think about it?? No, Right. But, He was the one who did it and Because of his struggle only Gandhi realized the situation in India. And, Non-Violence moment and Ahimsa came into existences. Quit India Moment was Milestone in that aspect. It was not first Gandhi who took it seriously, It was Bhagat Singh's violet action which made Gandhi to think about it and Non-violent way to handle the situation. But, Gandhi's plan and tactics worked well and because of which India is Independent Today. When 'Bhagat Singh' went to parliament to fight with British, He threw the Bomb in parliament but, no one was injured, Because his intention was not to kill anyone, It was too keep his view point in front of others. So, he decided this would be good way to prove himself. Chandrasekhar Azad was an ideal for Bhagat Singh. Bhagat Singh went to the true words of Chandrasekhar Azad. For, Bhagat Singh- Chandrasekhar Azad was a True Hero and Teacher of his. Guru of Bhagat Singh. He was known as Sardar. Gandhi could have saved Bhagat Singh from getting hang, Than Why didn't Gandhi do that??? Why Gandhi didn't support Bhagat Singh??? Do you know the answer?? Than, share it in Comment box. I have heard that Gandhi did each possible way to Save life of Bhagat Singh. But, It didn't succeed. And, At last he was hanged to death. Gandhi was even against of Capital Punishment and He tried Bhagat Singh's punishment to be reduced and He wanted it to be Postponed. But, their was lot of pressure from British Government due to which it didn't happen. Both are equally important in their place and Have given contribution in their respective.                                                             
I should learn from their Unity, they belonged from different families and background, Than also they came together to fight with BRITISH that too without any WEAPON. This is called the TRUE SPIRIT !!! How ever British won the Battle But, they can never get back that RESPECT !!!! Today, For their courage and sacrifice a memorial has been built their !!! To remember our VEER YODHA!!!! When ever something wrong has occurred people have always raised their voice!!! And, proofs are in front of us from History. This is What which makes India Unique from other Countries. Thank to God That I am born on this land.                               

Such incident which occurred had a drastic effect on Bhagat Singh and people of Punjab. 
As, the time passed Bhagat Singh evolved as a Social Activist and wanted Independence from British. However, people were treated unequally, there were separate colleges for British and people of India. Bhagat Singh left his home and ran away to fight against British Rule. He became a member of 'Hindustan Republican Association'. Bhagat Singh and his group were against Simon Commission, which was imposed by British in that incident 'Lala Lajpat Rai' was martyr. Because, of lathi charge Lala Lajpat Rai was badly injured in head and which led to his death. Some times I feel, If these people didn't fought for Freedom than What would be the life of Us?? Bhagat Singh's life in Jail and his struggle for Equality. Equal Rights for Prisoner of India and British Prisoner never ended.     

Bhagat Singh decided to take revenge of lala's death from Britishers. He decided to kill a Police Chief, who was responsible for it. But, because of mistaken identity, a Deputy Superintendent was shot dead Bhagat Singh left lahore and he also shaved his beard and cut his hair to avoid recognition. After this incident, the Defence of India Act was enacted by the British Government in order to give more power to the police. In response to this act, Hindustan Socialist Republican Association planned to blast a bomb in assembly. It was decided that no one should be injured 'or' killed. 
Bhagat Singh and Batukeshwar Dutt surrendered themselves for arrest. It was after their arrest that the British rulers came to know that Singh was involved in the murder case of JP Saunders. 
Bhagat Singh along with the other prisoners launched hunger strike in the Jail. The main reason behind this was that the British thieves and murderers were given better treatment than the Indian prisoners. According to law the Indian political prisoners were supposed to be given better rights. This hunger strike lasted for 63 days and ended with the submission of British power. 

Why this discrimination between British prisoners & Indian prisoners???? Why didn't they treat everyone equally??? Is this right to open fire on people??? They didn't ever care of children??? What ever happened in Jallianwala Bagh that incident has shook me from inside??? Thanks to God !!! At least Today they are not here, Otherwise We Indian would not been left in World. They would have killed us from their ANGER !!!      

With this, he gained tremendous popularity. Bhagat Singh became the first Socialist leader of the Country. Bhagat Singh was hanged on 23rd March, 1931 at 7:30 p.m, in Lahore Jail, along with fellow revolutionaries Sukhdev and Rajguru. Their was movie based on it played by Ajay Devgn i.e The Legend of Bhagat Singh in 2002. I have seen the movie it is based on real life story of Bhagat Singh. In end I got emotional. When ever I see movie and At end when climax scene comes I get emotional. How many of you get emotional??? Do share your comments!!  

The desire of Bhagat Singh to inspire thousands of youths to assist the Indian Independence Movement took a serious turn. Finally, India got Independence on 15th August, 1947.     

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