SHAHEED BHAGAT SINGH
Bhagat Singh was an Indian socialist and revolutionary who played an important role in movements for independence. He was born in Punjab,(now in Pakistan), on September 27, 1907, to Sikhs family deeply involved in movements for independence. At the time of Bhagat Singh’s birth, his father was in jail for political agitation.
• Early life:-
Bhagat Singh received his primary education from the Dayanand Anglo-Vedic High School, an Arya samaj institution. His father and two of his uncles were members of the GHADIR PARTY and were involved in the Indian independence struggle. Inspired by father and 2 uncles, he grew up to be a patriotic young man and decided to dedicate his life to the independence movement. He joined the national college in Lahore in 1923. His participation inevitably the freedom struggle intensified during this period.
In 1926, Bhagat Singh founded the ‘NAVJAVAN BHARAT SABHA’ (Youth society of India) and joined the Hindustan Republican Association (later known as HINDUSTAN SOCIALIST REPUBLICAN ASSOCIATION), where he met several prominent revolutionaries. He had great respect for LALA LAJPAT RAI who injured in a protest against the SIMON COMMISSION. When RAI died a few days later, Bhagat Singh decided to avenge his death and he threw bombs inside the central legislative assembly and offered himself for arrest. He was released 5 months later on a 60,000 rupees bond and began to write for various revolutionary newspapers.
Source – Social media, Books, Newspapers.
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