12 Wise Quotes By Shaheed Bhagat Singh That Will Instill In You A Sense Of Patriotism.
A 11-year-old boy heard about the Jallianwala Bagh massacre that occurred on April 13, 1919. On the ill-fated day Colonel Reginald Dyer ordered his troops to fire over innocent pilgrims gathered in the public ground. The young lad witnessed the aftermath of the shootings, corpses littered everywhere and the soil drenched in the blood of innocent. Furious and shocked the kid wailed. It was then that he swore upon the deceased that he shall free his motherland from the clutches of Britishers. He took home a bottle filled with blood soaked mud and performed a religious ritual. When his sister enquired he replied, "This is pure blood of great freedom fighters killed by the British. I'm paying my last tribute to them who fought to make my India a free land." Do you know who was this little boy? He was none other than Shaheed Bhagat Singh.
Shaheed who killed two British police officers Saunders and Scot and then used a handmade bomb to attack the assembly, where a bill for handling more powers to the police was supposed to be passed. The incident caused much hype in the media and inspired the youth to participate in the freedom struggle. Bhagat Singh was finally executed with his accomplices Sukhdev and Jai Rajguru and they happily sacrificed their life for a greater cause.