Remembering Freedom Fighter Bhagat Singh

28 Sep 2022  Wed

Bhagat Singh often referred to as 'Shaheed (martyr) Bhagat Singh, was a young Indian revolutionary freedom fighter who played a major role in the Indian freedom struggle. He was hanged by the British government; at the age of 23. At a young age, he popularized the slogan, ‘Inquilab Zindabad’, which eventually became the catchphrase of the Indian independence movement.

Bhagat Singh was born on 28 September 1907 in the Lyallpur district of British India (now in Pakistan) to Kishan Singh and Vidyavati. His family members were involved in the freedom struggle, so he was drawn to the Indian independence movement from a very young age.

Bhagat Singh had participated in several acts of the Indian Freedom Movement, including an attempt to bomb the Central Legislative Assembly in Delhi.

Bhagat Singh was a brave freedom fighter who dedicated his life to the struggle for Indian independence. He is loved and respected by the people of India, who continue to honour his memory.

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