The world remembers revolutionary freedom fighter Bhagat Singh

The world remembers Bhagat Singh, the iconic revolutionary freedom fighter after 90 years of execution.

On that day, March 23, 1931, freedom fighters Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru were executed by the British government for their acts of “dramatic violence” and their role in the struggle for independence.

The three were hanged in Lahore Central Prison, now known as Kot Lakhpat Prison in Pakistan.

Bhagat Singh and his revolutionary partner Batukeshwar Dutt were arrested on April 8, 1929, for throwing bombs and pamphlets to wake up the British government in the auditorium of the Central Assembly of British India in present-day New Delhi.

These two men came forward to be arrested, shouting the famous slogan: “Inquilab Zindabad“, Or” Long live the revolution “.

Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru were put on trial for gunning down a British policeman named John Saunders, whom they mistook for British Police Commissioner James Scott, who was the initial target.

After being sentenced to death on June 14, Bhagat Singh was transferred to Mianwali and Batukeshwar Dutt to Lahore prison. and as the history books say, after a while, Bhagat Singh was also transferred to Kot Lakhpat prison in Lahore.

Fawad Chaudhry The Federal Minister of Science and Technology took to Twitter to pay tribute to Bhagat Singh.

“March 23 is a very special day for Lahore, not only was the idea of ​​a new nation formalized on this day, but years before this historic day, three great sons of Punjab Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru were hanged to death on March 23, 1931. #Freedom, “he said.

Today’s social media saw the world remember the iconic revolutionary hero:

Meanwhile, in India, the day marked the anniversary of Bhagat Singh’s death in association with the farmers’ protest.

Thelma J. Longworth