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Book covers Jallianwala Bagh Massacre & activities of revolutionary Hindustan Socialist Republican Association with artworks, poetry and scenes. This is first book published by ICUFC Comics in …

Book covers Jallianwala Bagh Massacre & activities of revolutionary Hindustan Socialist Republican Association with artworks, poetry and scenes. This is first book published by ICUFC Comics in collaboration with Freelance Talents.

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  • 1. Freelance Talents in association with Indian Comics Universe Fan Club (ICUFC) Presents……
  • 2. Poetry, Script & Research – Mohit Sharma (Trendster) Artwork – Jyoti Singh Colors & Effects – Abhishek Singh Teasers – Mohit Sharma (Trendster) Special Thanks & Srishti Mudaliar © Freelance Talents, Mohit Sharma
  • 3. 1). Jallianwala Bagh Massacre In 1919, The British Government in passed Rowlatt Act which gave the government more powers to suppress political and other activities against British Raj in India. Act included provision to imprison anybody for 2 years without trial. This caused widespread protests, rallies and processions. Cautious British Government arrested many influential leaders in India including 2 local leaders in Amritsar. They also barred Mahatma Gandhi to enter Delhi. On April 10, 1919, the Amritsar Police fired on a peaceful procession which caused widespread attacks on Banks, Post Offices, Railway Stations, etc. General Dyer took command and imposed Martial Law, under this law there was a ban on public meetings. On 13 Aril, a public meeting organized to celebrate Baisakhi and protest against new Martial law.
  • 4. Jallianwala Bagh massacre took place in the Jallianwala Bagh public garden in Amritsar, Punjab, India on 13 April 1919. On the festival of Baisakhi, thousands of Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims gathered in the Jallianwala Bagh garden near the Golden Temple in Amritsar. The shooting that took place was ordered by Brigadier-General Reginald E.H. Dyer. On that day, Dyer was convinced that a major insurrection was going on, thus he banned all public meetings. On hearing that a meeting of 15,000 to 20,000 people had assembled (which included women, senior citizens and children) at Jallianwala Bagh, he went with about fifty riflemen to a raised bank and ordered them to shoot at the crowd. Dyer kept the firing up till the ammunition supply was almost exhausted for about ten minutes with 1,650 rounds fired approximately. Official sources estimated that the fatalities were 379 with 1,100 wounded. The casualty number estimated by various sources considering the number of rounds and total time of continuous shooting by 50 soldiers was more than 1,500 with about 1,000 getting killed. An hour after the meeting began as scheduled at 4:30 pm, Brigadier General Reginald Dyer came along with a group of sixty-five Gurkha and twenty-five Baluchi soldiers into the Bagh. Fifty of them were armed with rifles. Dyer had also brought
  • 5. two armoured cars armed with machine guns. But the vehicles were left outside as they were unable to enter the garden through the narrow entrance. Dyer later admitted that casualties would have been much higher if those vehicles were with him at that time. The Jallianwala Bagh was surrounded on all sides by houses and buildings and had few narrow entrances. Most of them were kept permanently locked. The main entrance was relatively wider, but was guarded by the troops backed by the armored vehicles. General Dyer without warning the crowd to disperse blocked the main exits. He explained later about this act; "was not to disperse the meeting but to punish the Indians for disobedience." Dyer ordered his troops to begin shooting towards the densest sections of the crowd (including women and children). Firing continued for approximately ten minutes. Cease-fire was ordered only when ammunition supplies were almost exhausted, after approximately 1,650 rounds were spent. Many people died in stampedes at the narrow gates or by jumping into the solitary well on the compound to escape the shooting. A plaque in the monument at the site, set up after independence, says that about 120 bodies were pulled out of the well. The wounded could not be moved from where they had fallen, as a curfew was declared and many more died during the night.
  • 6. Winston Churchill said "The Indians were 'packed together so that one bullet would drive through three or four bodies’; the people 'ran madly this way and the other. When fire was directed upon the centre, they ran to the sides. The fire was then directed to the sides. Many threw themselves down on the ground, and the fire was then directed on the ground. This was continued for eight or ten minutes, and it stopped only when the ammunition had reached the point of exhaustion." Dyer then marched away, leaving thousands of dead and wounded people. Back in headquarters, he reported to his superiors that he had been 'confronted by a revolutionary army,' and had been obliged 'to teach a moral lesson to the Punjab.' In the storm of outrage which followed, the brigadier was promoted to major general, retired, and placed on the inactive list.
  • 7. Dyer's response to the a Commission Enquiry – ''I think it quite possible that I could have dispersed the crowd without firing but they would have come back again and laughed, and I would have made, what I consider, a fool of myself.'' General Dyer said he would have used his machine guns if he could have got them into the enclosure, but these were mounted on armored cars. He said he did not stop firing when the crowd began to disperse because he thought it was his duty to keep firing until the crowd dispersed, and that a little firing would do no good. He confessed he did not take any steps to attend to the wounded after the firing. ''Certainly not! It was not my job. Hospitals were open and they could have gone there.” However, the misery suffered by the people was reflected in Rattan Devi's account. She was forced to keep a nightlong vigil, armed with a bamboo stick to protect her
  • 8. husband's body from jackals and vultures. Curfew with shoot-at-sight orders had been imposed from 2000 hours that night. Rattan Devi stated, ''I saw three men writhing in great pain and a boy of about 12. I could not leave the place. The boy asked me for water but there was no water in that place. At 2 am, a Jat who was lying entangled on the wall asked me to raise his leg. I went up to him and took hold of his clothes drenched in blood and raised him up. Heaps of bodies lay there, a number of them innocent children. I shall never forget the sight. I spent the night crying and watching." General Dyer admitted before the commission that he came to know about the meeting at Jallianwala Bagh at 1240 hours that day, but took no steps to prevent it. He also admitted in his deposition that the gathering at the Bagh was not a concentration only of rebels, but people who had covered long distances to participate in the Baisakhi fair. This incredibly, made him a martyr to millions of Englishmen. Senior British officers applauded his suppression of 'another Indian Mutiny.' The Guardians of the Golden Temple enrolled him in the Brotherhood of Sikhs. The House of Lords passed a measure commending him. The Conservatives presented him with a jewelled sword inscribed "Saviour of the Punjab."
  • 9. A Sikh teenager who was being raised at Khalsa Orphanage, named Udham Singh (aka Mohammad Singh Azad) saw the happening with his own eyes and was himself wounded. He vowed to avenge the Amritsar massacre. On March 13, 1940, at Caxton Hall in London, Udham Singh shot and killed Michael O'Dwyer, the British Lieutenant-Governor of Punjab at the time of the massacre, who had approved Dyer's action and was believed to be the main planner. (Dyer died in 1927.) The action by Singh was condemned generally, but some press, like nationalist newspaper made positive statements. The common people and revolutionaries glorified the action of Udham Singh. Much of the press worldwide recalled the story of Jallianwala Bagh and alleged Michael O'Dwyer to have been responsible for the massacre. Udham Singh, telling the trial court why he killed Michael O'Dwyer. “I did it because I had a grudge against him. He deserved it. He was the real culprit. He wanted to crush the spirit of my people, so I have crushed him. For full 21 years, I have been trying to wreak vengeance. I am happy that I have done the job. I am not scared of death. I am dying for my country. I have seen my people starving in India under the British rule. I have protested against this, it was my duty. What a greater honour could be bestowed on me than death for the sake of my motherland?” On the 31st July, 1940, Udham Singh was hanged at Pentonville jail, London.
  • 10. बीगी फैसाखी फडा गहया है तेया कआॉ.... ु जो गभ हुई इसभे भाॉ की दआ... ु ु खदगजी भें तने अऩनी दीवायों को रार कय डारा... ु ू ककतना ज़ालरभ है तू ओ जलरमाॊवारा... खेरते फच्चों को ककसने गभसभ कय डारा, ु ु ककतना कारा है वो गोयी चभडी वारा... सफह से खडे थे वो तो तेये जवाफ सनने क वास्ते, े ु ु
  • 11. शाभ तक ऩट गए राशो से सॊकये यास्ते. आमेंगे वो ददन उसको मकीन था, दौडी चौखट तक...कोई नहीॊ था. ऐसा तो न था भासभो का ववयोध, ू जो तेयी 'भहायानी' ने उन्हें तोहप भे ददमा फारूद. े कभ ऩड यहे थे क्मा बीगे जज़्फात, क्मों ऩडने रगी मे फयसात? ऩरक कहाॉ झऩकगी, े ें दे खना है ककतनी रम्फी होगी मे यात. ज़ख़्भी बफछडे अफ कहाॉ जामेंगे... तेये ननजाभ क कर्फमू भे अऩनों से ऩहरे राशो तक गगद्ध, कत्ते आमेंगे... े ु उसक भन भे था मे फैसाखी भेरा रेकय आमेगी... े अफ से वो अबागी कबी फैसाखी नहीॊ भनामेगी... तेयी इफायत भे एक भाॉ ठगी गमी...
  • 12. सच को दफाकय अऩनी फात को तो साबफत कय ददमा सही... अये ..रुक कय दे ख तेयी एक गोरी ककसी नन्हे से ददर को बेद गमी... The Wailing Fair of Jallianwala Bagh Thy deep, dark, black abyss, That devoured our mother’s kiss, Selfish, wretch, appareled in red walls, Jallianwallah, thy tyranny with weight upon us falls!! The chaotic streets of the kids are now vacant, Blackened the doorsteps the white skinned tyrant.
  • 13. The patient, nimble, morning ears that heeded to thy voice, In the evening were silenced and turned cold as ice. For the freedom to be born their hopes waited for years and more, To see it alive none succeeded to flee from thy captivity’s door. A revolt so peaceful, the devil would melt, The white queen let it honored with the cannon balls pelt. Seas of the emotions could flood enough with the pain, In vain were those heavy showers of trickles of rain. The sleepless insomniac nights restless, Long and long of nightmares endless. Under the siege of the curfew the trampled crowd, Vultures covered their fallen kins before the shroud. Those waiting to reach the Baisakhi’s tavern, To their destination would never reach and return.
  • 14. The woman you jilted was our mother, Her truth you concealed under thy tanned leather, Wait for a while if you dare to bother, look how those holes the little hearts smother!! कहा जाता है की समय सारे दख भर देता है...शायद यह बात उधम ससिंह नाम के उस ु 20 वषीय नौजवान पर लागू नहीं हुई जो जसलयााँवाला बाग काण्ड का प्रत्यक्षदशी था और ज़ख़्मी भी हुआ था..उस बाग की समट्टी मे जाने क्या जादू था जो वो नौजवान 41 साल का प्रोढ़ हो गया, उसके ज़ख्म कब के भर गये...जीवन भी एक भारतीय नागररक के मापदिंडो से "अच्छा" बीतने लगा..सिर उस बाग की समट्टी की महक ने 21 सालो बाद अपना बदला सलया. इस घटना का असर तब बालक भगत ससह पर िं भी पडा था जो इस काण्ड के बाद अपने स्कूल से लगभग 20 सकलोमीटर दर इस ू बाग पैदल आये थे.
  • 15. भारतीय दलों ने जहााँ सरदार उधम ससह को शहीद का दजाा सदया वही ाँ सिटेन ने उधम िं ससह को एक हत्यारा माना और चार महीने बाद उन्हें ििंसी दी. कुछ देशो ने इस िं प्रसतघात को सराहना दी और कुछ ने इसे सहसा का रूप मानकर इसकी सनिंदा की. िं सही-गलत की पररभाषा सरहदें पार करते ही बदल जाती है...तो कौन सही है कौन गलत ? सही का िै सला तो ऊपर वाला करे गा पर जो कुछ उधम ससह देख चके थे, ु िं सहन कर चके थे वो जानकार यह कहा जा सकता है की वो गरत नह ॊ थे. उस ददन ु हजायो गोलरमाॊ, धभाक, भयते रोगो की चीखें औय घामरों की कयाहें रगाताय जफ कई े सारो तक ज़हन भे गॉजती है तो भन की सह -गरत की आवाज़ सनाई नह ॊ दे ती. ब्रिटे न ु ने हत्मायों क अऩयाध छऩामे मा उनको सजा नह ॊ द वो तो आभ फात है लसमासत की ऩय े ु उन हत्मायों को फाहय दननमा औय अऩने दे श भे नामको, "ऩॊजाफ क यऺको" की उऩाधध े ु औय सम्भान दे कय उल्टा दोष ऩीडडतो ऩय डार ददमा...हाराॉकक तफ बी दननमा भे ननष्ऩऺ ु इनतहासकाय थे ऩय ब्रिदटश साम्राज्म इतना फडा था की कहा जाता था की इस साम्राज्म की सीभा भे कबी सयज नह ॊ ढरता....इतने फडे साम्राज्म क आगे उनकी आवाज़ कहाॉ े सनाई ऩडती... ु ऩय जफ इस लसख ने 21 सारो फाद प्रनतशोध लरमा तफ दननमा भे ककसी को शॊका नह ॊ ु यह क्मोकक सभम क साथ ज़ख्भ बयने की ऩीदिमों से जाॉची-ऩयखी उस फात को कवर े े वह झठरा सकता है जजसक साथ कछ ऐसा अत्माचाय हुआ हो जजसका ज़ख्भ हभेशा े ु ु हया यहता हो औय उस ज़ख्भ की ट स लभटने क लरमे वो भौत का सौदा कय रे. ब्रिटे न े याज चाहकय बी जलरमाॉवारा औय उधभ लसॊह की आग को अऩने अतलरत ताकत से दफा ु नह ॊ ऩामा औय एक हत्मा मा फदरे क फहाने ह सह दननमा क साभने ब्रिदटश याज की े े ु
  • 16. कछ कडवी सच्चाईमाॉ साभने आमीॊ. आज क दौय भे मे फात प्रासॊधगक है ...अऩने अॊदय े ु की आग को सारो तक जरामे यखना ऩय ऩैसो क रारच भे रोग कभ सभम भे ननजी े एवभ छोटे राबों ऩय जोय दे ते है . साभाजजक काभ, फलरदान न जाने कसे ऩागरऩन कहे ै जाने रगे...दौय तो फदरते है उम्भीद है इन फातों, भल्मों को सह भान्मता दे ने वारा दौय कपय रौटे गा. जफ तक वो दौय न रौटे तफ तक अऩने ननजी स्तय से ह सह सभाज क े लरमे कछ कयते यदहमे. ु
  • 17. 2). Hindustan Socialist Republican Association (HSRA) Also known as Hindustan Socialist Republican Army. Bhagat Singh, Yogendra Shukla and Chandrasekar Azad were the key functionaries of this organization. The group is one of the first socialist organizations in India. During that period Gandhiji had declared to cancel the Non-cooperation movement after the Chauri Chaura incident. His decision created a lot of rancor amongst the youngsters. Some of them had jeopardized their careers for the movement. As HSRA was a revolutionary group, they attempted to loot a train. They were informed that the train was transferring government money. On 9th August 1925, the revolutionists ransacked the train. This now famous incident is known as the Kakori train robbery. As a result of the
  • 18. Kakori train robbery case, Ashfaqullah Khan, Ramprasad Bismil, Roshan Singh, Rajendra Lahiri were hanged to death. Major HSRA activities – HSRA members carried out many activities across the country. Some of the major events. *) – Kakori Conspiracy *) – Central Assembly Bombing *) – Mainpuri Conspiracy (Ram Prasad Bismil and his associates for looting (to fund party) in and around Mainpuri in 1918) *) – Assasination of JP Saunders (To avenge the death of Lala Lajpat Rai, who sustained serious injuries by the police lathi charge in a non-violent protest against the Simon Commission) *) – Bombing of Special Train of Lord Irwin (Viceroy) *) – Punjab Bombings *) – Gadodia Stores (Delhi) Robbery Most famous and documented event, HSRA bombed the Central Assembly in Delhi (April 1929). This was done to protest the introduction of the Public Safety Bill and the Trade Disputes Bill which would reduce the civil liberties of citizens. The HSRA decided to bomb the Assembly while the bills were being introduced to arouse public opinion against them. On April 8, 1929 Bhagat Singh and Batukeshwar Dutt threw bombs at the empty treasury benches. They made no attempt to escape and courted arrest while shouting Inquilab Zindabad (Long Live the Revolution) and Samrajyavad ko nash ho (Down with Imperialism). Their rationale for the bombing was explained in a leaflet titled "To Make the Deaf Hear", the aim was not to kill, for the bombs were relatively harmless (no one killed) but, the objective was to get arrested and to use trial court as a forum for propaganda so that people would become familiar with their movement and ideology. Bhagat Singh and B.K. Dutt were tried in the Assembly Bomb Case.
  • 19. Chandrasekhar Azad दहॊदस्तान सोशलरस्ट रयऩजलरकन ऩाटी जजसको जननी मवको का दर कयाय कय कबी याष्र म स्तय ऩय ु ु भान्मता नह ॊ द गमी ब्रिदटश याज औय बायतीम ऩादटि मों द्वाया. दहॊसा का रुख अजख्तमाय कयने ऩय उन्हें ऩागर का बी दजाि ददमा गमा. अगय मे दर मॉ ह नाकाया जा सकने वारा था तो इतने कभ सभम भे इतनी फाय मे याष्र म औय अॊतय-याष्र म सर्ख़िमों भे कसे आमा क्मा गभि खन वारे ऩागर इतनी सॊगदठत सोच ै ु यख सकते है वो बी रगाताय सारो तक....नह ॊ...कबी नह ! तफ सीलभत सॊचाय साधनों औय जागरूकता की ॊ कभी की वजह से ब्रिदटश शासन अऩने ककमे कई अत्माचाय छऩा जाती थी. कई फाय तो अऩने अपसयों औय ु यणनीनत की गरनतमों की जजसभे बायनतमों की जान-भार की ऺनत होती थी उसको बी दननमा क साभने े ु तोड भयोडकय ब्रिदटश अपसयों की फुद्धिभानी औय सपरता क रूऩ भे ऩेश ककमा जाता था. बायत को एक े ऐसी जगह की तयह दशािमा जाता था जो ब्रिदटश शासन क ब्रफना अधया था. सेंरर असेम्फर फभ काण्ड का े ु भकसद तफ "बायतीम-ब्रिदटश सॊसद" को तेहस-नहस कयना मा हुकभयानो को भायना नह ॊ था फजल्क एक मे एक द्धवश्व्माऩी गॉज थी इस भतवारे दर की जो साये द्धवश्वव का ध्मान धगयफ्ताय होने क फाद ब्रिदटश शालसत े न्मामऩालरका ऩय राना चाहता था. ऐसा होने से इनक भुद्दे, ब्रिदटश अत्माचाय, बेद-बाव ऩणि अधधननमभों े ऩय दननमा की नज़य गमी. ु एक सयकाय मा शासन आयाभ से चरता यह सकता है अगय उसक अधीन याज्म भे साभान्म गनतद्धवधधमाॉ े होती यहे ...सयकाय, जनता, अपसय, दसये दे श तफ नीॊद से जागते है औय सोचने ऩय भजफय होते है जफ ऐसे "धभाक" ककमे जाते है. तफ रगता है की शासन भे गडफड है . जहाॉ तक दहॊसा की फात है तो काॊग्रेस की े
  • 20. सहभनत से प्रथभ औय दसये द्धवश्वव मुिों भे हजायो बायतीम सैननक, स्टाप, आदद ने दहस्सा लरमा औय अऩनी जाने द ....औय भहान आजाद दहॊद फ़ौज जजसको कई दे शो ने भान्मता द ...जैसा सयदाय उधभ लसॊह क लरए लरखा..कबी-कबी इॊसान दहॊसा, सह -गरत से ऊऩय उठ जाता है , हाराॉकक अरग से औय भौलरक े रूऩ से दे खने ऩय मे कृत्म दहॊसा रगते है ऩय इनकी गहयाई फताती है की मह सफ छोट कडडमाॉ है जो जोडे जाने ऩय अद्भत क्ाॊनत का रूऩ रेती ददखती है . ु क्ाॊनतकारयमों का ध्मेम ऩहरे दे श की आज़ाद था उन्होंने याष्र क आजाद होने क फाद उसक नव-ननभािण े े े ऩय द्धवचाय तो ककमा ऩय जफ तक दे श आजाद न होता तफ तक उसक नव-ननभािण ऩय फातें कयना उन्हें े अधया रगता. अफ उनक ददए भल्मों ऩय फहुत कभ रोग चरते है जजस वजह से दे श की आज़ाद वो नह ॊ े ु यह जैसा सऩना इसक लरए रडते सभम उन्होंने दे खा था. खद को इकाई बय भानकय सभाज क लरए कछ े े ु ु न कयने वारे ऩय दे श की "आज़ाद " को कोसने वारे रोग फहुत है . एक ऑस्रे लरमाई रेखक ने कहा था की अगय भुॊफई रोकर रे न, फसों जजतनी बीड सभ्म कहे जाने वारे मयोऩ मा ऩजश्वचभी दे शो क ऩजलरक लसस्टभ भे आ जामे वो सभ्म रोग रड भयें गे. जो अच्छा मा फुया हभे े द्धवयासत भे लभरा है उसको साथ रेकय ह आगे फिा जा सकता है . रोग कहते है की महाॉ कोई मोजना, ननमभ मा कानन सभान रूऩ से राग नह ॊ होता..इतनी द्धवद्धवध सॊस्कृनतमों, बाषाओ, ऩयम्ऩयाओॊ, धभो वारे दे श भे हभ कसे "एक" मोजना सभान रूऩ से राग कय सकते है . ै जजन द्धवकलसत दे शो का उदाहयण आऩ रोग दे ते है उनभे अधधकतय रोग एक ह धभि क होते है औय एक ह े बाषा फोरते है तफ जाकय वो एक ननमभ सभान ददखाई ऩडता है दय से. कोसने औय ननॊदा की अनधगनत वजह लभरें गी औय वो वजहें तफ बी थी जफ इन क्ाॊनतकारयमों ने दे श क लरए अऩनी जान द ....ऩय उन्होंने े अऩने भन भे दे श क लरए प्माय को उन हजायो फहानो से ऊऩय यखा....क्मा आऩ ऐसा नह ॊ कय सकते? े दे श को मेरी ज़रुरत है ! भर न फजस्तमों क ऩास..... े ददन क उजारे को "योशन" कयती स्र ट राइट्स है धचढाती. े बख से ब्रफरखते फच्चो क फगर भे...... े
  • 21. ककसी नमी फ़ड चेन क प्रभोशन भे रगी स्टार भॉुह फनाती. े दकान ऩय काभ कयते ककसी "छोट" की फेफसी... ु अक्सय भेय र्खल्र उडाती. दय गाॉव भे अबी बी ककसी की धचठ्ठी न ऩहुॉच ऩाती..... औय शहय भे ककसी ककशोय क भोफाइर ऩय डाउनरोडेड रयॊगटोंस ताने भाय कय जाती. े योज़ ककतने ह फेगाय भे भयते.... ऩय ककसी कपल्भस्टाय की फीभाय सफको कफ़क् भे राती. भेये दे श को भेय ज़रुयत है .... मे सफ फातें शामद भुझे मह माद ददराती. इॊकराफ जजॊदाफाद! बटुकश्वर दत्त - "एक फाय कपय सोच रो बगत, े हभाये इस गभि रुख ऩय दे श क्मा कहे गा?" भगत स ह - "रारा जी ने अदहॊसा से "साईभन वाऩस जाओ" का ददमा था नाया, िं कपय बी अॊग्रेजो ने उन्हें फफियता से भाया. अत्माचाय फिता यहे गा, रारा जी जैसा हय ऩजनीम भयता यहे गा, जैसे ऩहरे था…अफ बी मे दे श चऩ ह यहे गा!" ु े ुखदे व - "ऩय बगत, रारा जी क हत्माये सोंडसि को भायकय, जो सॊदेश हभ सफने पराना चाहा, ै
  • 22. वो ककसी की सभझ भे न आमा. इस दे श क लरए ह तो ददर भे हय वक़्त आग धधकती है , े औय महाॉ की जनता ह हभे आतॊकी सभझती है !" भगत स ह - "हभे अऩने नाभो ऩय रगे इस करॊक को रारा जी क अदहॊसक िं े तय क से ह है लभटाना, े ब्रफना ककसी को भाये एक फभ क धभाक से इॊकराफ जजॊदाफाद का नाया दननमा भे े े ु है गॊजाना... ु क्मा तुभ तैमाय हो फटुकश्ववय?" े बटुकश्वर दत्त - "बगते! भै तेया ह तो हॉ सामा, े बायत भाॉ क लरए अऩनी भाॉ की कोख से तैमाय होकय हॉ आमा." े चन्द्रशेखर आज़़ाद - "ऩय बगत, तुम्हाये साथ हभ मह खतया नह ॊ रेंगे, ऐसा कयने से हभ तुम्हे खो दें गे..." भगत स ह - "दहॊदस्तान सोशलरस्ट रयऩजलरकन असोलसअशन" औय "नौजवान िं ु सबा" को अफ आऩ सफ को है सॊबारना, एक बगत की क्मा ब्रफसात है ... ...उनक ज़रयमे दहॊदस्तान क हय शख्स को बगत लसॊह की तयह है ढारना." े े ु कपय सेंरर असेम्फर भे हुआ जो द्धवस्पोट, दहर गमा ब्रिदटश साम्राज्म ऐसी थी जजसकी चोट. फेयहभ वक़्त ऐसा बी आमा.. कई क्ाॊनतवीय साधथमों को जेर की फॊददशों ने लभरवामा...
  • 23. नह ॊ बरती 23 March, 1931 की वो ताय ख, जफ वक़्त खद से ह रुक जाने की भाॊग यहा था बीख.... ु नव-बायत क उदम की कहानी तबी हो गमी थी शुरू, े जफ बायत भाॉ क आॉचर भे गहय नीॊद सो गए बगत लसॊह, सुखदे व औय े याजगरु... ु मे ददन फलरदानों से बये थे, कछ ददन ऩहरे ह .. ु गुराभ दे श भे "आज़ाद" जीने वारे चन्रशेखय आज़ाद..."आज़ाद" ह भये थे! हय ददर को सार यह थी मह एक धगरा, अल्रड ऩाक भे ऩॊडडत जी क होने की खफय दे ने ऩय 30, 000 चाॊद क लसक्को का े ि े े ईनाभ ककस गद्दाय को लभरा... जजसकी आज़ाद क लरए बें ट चिा खन इतना.. े क्मा ऐसा बायत था उन शह दों का सऩना.. हभ सफको शह दों क ददखाए यास्ते ऩय जाना है , े औय उनक सऩनो क जैसा एक नमा बायत फनाना है .. े े उनका फलरदान यहे गा न माद.. तो नमे बायत को फनाने क लरए एक फाय कपय से फोलरमे... े ...इिंकल़ाब जज़िंद़ाब़ाद! हाॉ! भैंने कहा....इिंकल़ाब जज़िंद़ाब़ाद!
  • 24. Jai Hind! Long Live Inquilab!

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