Bhagat singh biography, wiki, childhood life, families, story and more

Bhagat Singh biography, wiki, childhood life, families, story and more

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Bhagat Singh 


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Bhagat Singh was an Indian revolutionary who played an important role in the Indian independence movement against British colonial rule. Born in a family of well-known patriot Sikhs to participate in revolutionary activities against the British Raj, he was very inspired by the courage of his father and uncle.

Bhagat Singh was born on 27 September 1907 in Punjab, India (now in Pakistan), to join a Sikh family in political activities.

Career

He was very attracted towards socialism. It is believed that one of the first Marxists of India, Bhagat Singh was one of the leaders and founders of the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association (HSRA). Bhagat Singh was deeply saddened by the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre. Although he participated in the non-cooperation movement, but when he stopped the agitation after the Chauri Chaura incident, he was disappointed.


In April 1929, Bhagat Singh and one of his associates opposed the implementation of the Public Safety Bill in Delhi on the Central Legislative Assembly. The intention was not to kill the bombs they allegedly made, but to scare (no one was killed, although some injuries came). The plan was to arrest and prosecute the assailants so that they could push their cause forward.

Arrested and Trial

The actions of the young revolutionaries were condemned by Gandhi’s followers, but Bhagat Singh had got a stage on which his purpose was promoted. He did not do any rescue during the trial, but with political dogma, the process was interrupted. He was found guilty and sentenced to life in prison.


Through further investigation, the police detected the connection between Bhagat Singh and the murder of officer Saunders and he was recovered. During waiting for the trial, he hunger in jail. After all, an attempt was made to hang Singh and his co-conspirators. He was hanged on March 23, 1931. It is said that he kissed the hangman’s nose, before it was put in his neck. His death brought mixed emotions across India. Gandhi’s followers felt that he was very radical and used to hurt the search for independence, while his supporters considered him a martyr.

Family and Relatives

While Bhagat Singh was 13 years old, he was well-acquainted with the revolutionary activities of this family. His father was a supporter of Mahatma Gandhi, and after Gandhi’s boycott of government-assisted institutions, Singh left school and got admitted to the National College of Lahore.
his father name is Kishan singh and his Mother name is Vidyavati Kaur. his uncle name is Ajit Singh and Kaur Singh.


Biography & Wiki of Bhagat Singh 

Real Name 
Bhagat Singh Sandhu 
Nick Name 
Bhago wale 


Profession 
Revolutionary  & Freedom fighter
Age at time of death
23 years 
Date of Birth

Date Of Death
28 sep 1907

13 march 1931
Birth Place 
Banga, Punjab, British India 
Nationality 
Indian
Star sign 
Libra
Caste 
Rajput 
Hometown 
Lahore, Punjab, India 

Death cause
Sentenced to death 
Family 


Father 
Kishan singh 
Mother 
Vidyavati Kaur 
Sister 

Brothers
Not known 

Not known
Uncle 
Ajit singh & Swarn Singh 
Girlfriends & Marital Status

Marital Status 
Unmarried 
Girlfriends 
 N/a
Wife 
 N/a
Education & College 

Education Qualification 
Bachelor of Arts (B.A)
School 
Dayanand Anglo-Vedic High School 


College 
National College  (1923)



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