Shaheed Diwas: Importance of march 23-Story of sacrifice...
The day of march 23, 1931, is remembered as one that altered the course of the indian independence struggle.
Know the full story of this sacrifice
Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru were the fighters of the hot wing of the indian independence movement. Along with agitation on the streets in a communist way, he was also a supporter of answering the british rule in the language of bullets and guns. By forming the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association, he was taking forward the freedom movement in every way. lala lajpat rai (Lala Lajpat Rai) was killed by the british police by lathi charge for opposing the Simon Commission that came to india in the year 1928.
To avenge this, Bhagat Singh, Chandrashekhar azad etc. killed another officer john Saunders on december 17, 1928, under the guise of british police officer james Scott. After this murder, Bhagat Singh along with Batukeshwar Dutt, along with Batukeshwar Dutt, threw a mere explosive bomb into the british Assembly (current indian Parliament) on april 8, 1929, and got himself arrested. Due to a traitor, the british government came to know about his involvement in Saunders' murder. During this, Sukhdev and Rajguru were also arrested. All three were tried for murder and after about 2 years were sentenced to death.
was hanged a day earlier
The time for hanging Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev was fixed at 6 am on march 24, 1931. people started gathering in large numbers outside the Lahore Central Jail two days ago. The crowd did not stop even after the implementation of Section 144 in Lahore, the british got scared. The time of hanging was done 12 hours in advance and all three were hanged at 7 pm on march 23, 1931. Before this, all three were not even allowed to meet their families for the last time. To avoid public anger, the british took out the bodies of all three by breaking the wall of the jail and taking them to the banks of the ravi river and burning them. With this, the names of the three youths were recorded in history forever.