THE NAKED TRUTH OF MARCH 1931


A Must Read For Every Indian

NOTE:before starting my article I Chirag Awasthi request you not to watch any bollywood movie on Bhagat Singh and Gandhi ji as they contain fake facts and figures ,it’s all for entertainment purpose,we will try in coming years to ban all those movies in india,

movies on bhagat singh are listed below

* Shaheed-e-Azad Bhagat Singh (1954)

* Shaheed Bhagat Singh (1963)

* Shaheed (1965)

* The Legend of Bhagat Singh(2002)

* 23rd March 1931: Shaheed(2002)

* Shaheed-E-Azam(2003)

* Rang De Basanti(2006)

further i request you not to trust on Wikipedia……JAI BHARAT

” Shaheed BHAGAT SINGH” ,one of the most influential revolutionaries of the Indian independence movement,was born on 28 sept. 1907  into a Sandhu Jatt family to Sardar Kishan Singh Sandhu and Vidyavati in a village in the Lyallpur district of Punjab.which had earlier been involved in revolutionary activities against the British raj, others who had served in Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s army. His grandfather, Arjun Singh, was a follower of Swami Dayananda Saraswati’s Hindu reformist movement, Arya Samaj, which would carry a heavy influence on Singh. His uncles, Ajit Singh and Swaran Singh, as well as his father were members of the Ghadar Party, led by Kartar Singh Sarabha Grewal and Har Dayal. Ajit Singh was forced to flee to Persia because of pending cases against him while Swaran Singh was hanged on 19 December 1927 for his involvement in the Kakori train robbery of 1925.He was nicknamed “Bhaganwala” by his grandmother, meaning “The lucky one”  a teenager, became an atheist and had studied European revolutionary movements.On 1919 there held an incidence which changed the whole life of this teenager of 12 , it was Jallianwala bagh massacre held at Amritsar on april 13,1919, at 4:30 pm fifty british army soldiers,commanded by brigadier general Reginald dyer began shooting at an unarmed   gathering of men, women and children without warning. The shooting lasted for ten to fifteen minutes, until ammunition ran out. Dyer ordered soldiers to reload their rifles several times and they were ordered to shoot to kill.Official British Raj sources estimated the fatalities at 379, and with 1,100 wounded.Civil Surgeon Dr Smith indicated that there were 1,526 casualties. However, the casualty number quoted by the Indian National Congress was more than 1,500, with roughly 1,000 killed.The day after the Jalianwala Bagh incident, Singh slipped away from school, went straight to the place of the tragedy,his eyes were filled with tears and he collected a bottle of mud wet with blood of Indians. He was 12 at the time. He used to worship the bottle every day.Unlike many Sikhs his age, Singh did not attend Khalsa High School in Lahore, because his grandfather did not approve of the school officials’ loyalism to the British authorities. Instead, his father enrolled him in Dayanand Anglo Vedic High School, an Arya Samajist school. At age 13, Singh began to follow Mahatma Gandhi’s Non-Cooperation Movement, At this point he had openly defied the British and had followed Gandhi’s wishes by burning his government-school books and any British-imported clothing. Following

everyone was shocked to see the passion of this small kid had,the love he had for his nation,he was sure of the freedom,everyone was sure of the freedom but then on February 5, 1922,  in the Chauri Chaura the people of this nation showed their dark phase, after violent clashes between the local police and the protesters in which three protesters were killed by police firing, the police Chandni chowk was set on fire by the mob, killing 22 of the police occupants.Gandhi felt that the revolt was veering off-course, and was disappointed that the revolt had lost its non-violent nature. He did not want the movement to degenerate into a contest of violence, with police and angry mobs attacking each other back and forth, victimizing civilians in between. Gandhi appealed to the Indian public for all resistance to end, went on a fast lasting 3 weeks, and called off the mass civil disobedience movement.Also because of the havoc and violence spread by the peasants of Awadh, Gudens of Hills,Gandhi called off this movement,bhagat and his family was completely shocked….then from that very moment that teenager decided “its my nation .its my mother and i will fight for its freedom,i cannot depend on anyone”.He joined the Young Revolutionary Movement and began advocating a violent movement against the British .

IN his teenage years, Bhagat Singh started studying at the National College in Lahore, but ran away from home to escape early marriage, and became a member of the organisation Naujawan Bharat Sabha (“Youth Society of India”). In the Naujawan Bharat Sabha, Singh and his fellow revolutionaries grew popular amongst the youth. He also joined the Hindustan Republican Association through introduction by history teacher, Professor Vidyalankar which had prominent leaders like Ram Prasad Bismil, Chandrashekhar Azad and Ashfaqulla Khan. It is believed that he went to Kanpur to attempt free Kakori train robbery prisoners from the jail, but returned to Lahore for unknown reasons. On the day of Dasara in October 1926, a bomb was blasted in Lahore, and Bhagat Singh was arrested for his alleged involvement in this Dasara Bomb Case in 29 May 1927, and was released on a bail of Rs.60,000 after about five weeks of his arrest. He wrote for and edited Urdu and Punjabi newspapers published from Amritsar. In September 1928, a meeting of various revolutionaries from across India was called at Delhi under the banner of the Kirti Kissan Party. Bhagat Singh was the secretary of the meet. His later revolutionary activities were carried out as a leader of this association.

The British government created a commission under Sir John Simon to report on the current political situation in India in 1928. The Indian political parties boycotted the commission because it did not include a single Indian as its member and it was met with protests all over the country. When the commission visited Lahore on 30 October 1928, Lala Lajpat Rai led the protest against Simon Commission in a silent non-violent march, but the police responded with violence. Lala Lajpat Rai was beaten with lathis at the chest. He later succumbed to his injuries. Bhagat Singh, who was an eyewitness to this event, vowed to take revenge. He joined with other revolutionaries, Shivaram Rajguru, Jai Gopal and Sukhdev Thapar, in a plot to kill the police chief, Scott. Jai Gopal was supposed to identify the chief and signal for Singh to shoot. However, in a case of mistaken identity, Gopal signalled Singh on the appearance of J. P. Saunders, a Deputy Superintendent of Police. Thus, Saunders, instead of Scott, was shot. Shahid Bhagat Singh quickly left Lahore to escape the police. To avoid recognition, he shaved his beard and cut his hair, a violation of the sacred tenets of Sikhism.

On 15 April 1929, the ‘Lahore Bomb Factory’ was discovered by the Lahore police, and the other members of HSRA were arrested, out of which 7 turned informants, helping the police to connect Bhagat Singh in the murder of J. P. Saunders. Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, and Sukhdev were charged with the murder. Bhagat Singh decided to use the court as a tool to publicise his cause for the independence of India. The case was ordered to be carried out without members of the HSRA present at the hearing. This created an uproar amongst Singh’s supporters as he could no longer publicise his views.

While in jail, Bhagat Singh and other prisoners launched a hunger strike advocating for the rights of prisoners and those facing trial. The reason for the strike was that British murderers and thieves were treated better than Indian political prisoners, who, by law, were meant to be given better rights. The aims in their strike were to ensure a decent standard of food for political prisoners, the availability of books and a daily newspaper, as well as better clothing and the supply of toilet necessities and other hygienic necessities. He also demanded that political prisoners should not be forced to do any labour or undignified work.[40] During this hunger strike that lasted 63 days and ended with the British succumbing to his wishes, he gained much popularity among the common Indians. Before the strike his popularity was limited mainly to the Punjab region.

Muhammad Ali Jinnah, one of the politicians present when the Central Legislative Assembly was bombed, made no secret of his sympathies for the Lahore prisoners – commenting on the hunger strike he said “the man who goes on hunger strike has a soul. He is moved by that soul, and he believes in the justice of his cause. And talking of Singh’s actions said “however much you deplore them and however much you say they are misguided, it is the system, this damnable system of governance, which is resented by the people”.

On 1 May 1930, by declaring an emergency, an ordinance was passed by Lord Irwin, that shifted the Lahore Conspiracy Case Trial from the court of Rai Sahib Pandit Sri Kishan to a Special Tribunal of three judges. This Special Tribunal was given the power to proceed with the case in the absence of the accused and accept death of the persons giving evidence as a benefit to the defence. Also, the verdict of this special court could not be challenged in higher court. On 7 October 1930, this tribunal convicted Singh among others and sentenced him to be hanged till death on 24th march at 8 am

now what history books has told us ,what movies have shown”gandhiji met lord Irwin and before signing Irwin pact he just talked about bhagat singh’s punishment to be hanged till death,i repeat my words it is written and shown that Gandhi “just talked about bhagat singh” ..now let me present the naked truth

THE NAKED TRUTH OF MARCH 1931

when gandhiji heared about bhagat’s punishement he was shocked,as he himself was a great admirer of bhagat singh’s passion and love for the country,but he was against his paths and ways,but as the days were passing and 24th march was coming nearer gandhiji was pressurized by the whole country to save him,gandhiji was aware of the fact that bhagat wont change his path and he was scared of the paths and ways bhagat would follow in future so he was not coming forward but when congress also started supporting bhagat singh, gandhi met 6 times with lord irwin in the month of march ,lord irwin presented an agreement to gandhiji

1)bhagat has to leave the path of kranti

2)bhagat has to favour britishers

gandhiji was shocked after hearing this agreement,he never want bhagat to lay down infront of britrishers,but still he sent his P.A. to bhagat  to present this agreement,

bhagat refused it completely,without discussing with sukhdev and rajguru,he was knowing and he use to say “britishers may kill me, but they cannot kill my ideas. They can crush my body, but they will not be able to crush my spirit.” ….when gandhi ji heared these words of bhagat he felt so proud on bhagat ,he again had meeting with lord Irwin and pressurized him most,lord irwin was manipulated and he cancelled the hanging of bhagat,rajguru and suhdev,but these three were not aware of this in fact whole nation was not aware of this ,lord Irwin sent the order to stop hanging,the order to stop hanging was to reach on 24th early morning and the local jailor was aware of that,here he played mind game

the local jailor hanged bhagat ,rajguru and sukhdev on 23rd march 1931 at 7:15pm.At about 7:10 pm shouts of Inquilab Zindabad were heard from inside the jail. This was interpreted, correctly, as a signal that the final curtain was about to drop.

now in order to destroy india and indians spiritually and mentally ,in order to take coming generations far away from Gandhian principles,in order to make youngsters against Gandhi’s Britishers spread rumour that Gandhi is responsible for bhagats hanging,and that is why todays youth is against Gandhi and his principles ,they hate gandhi,as they are taught wrong in books.

i request you not to believe on your books ,Wikipedia and google information

original documents ,original facts and exact proofs are there at house of commons, british library and  museum

Jai Bharat

CHIRAG AWASTHI

THE BHARAT SWABHIMAN MOVEMENT

  1. dude its tuogh to belive ………….but i hope what u ve written should be true…..

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