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Bhagat Singh

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  2. 2. Group No. 1<br />Master Persuader<br />
  3. 3. About Bhagat Singh<br />Born: September 27th 1907<br />Death: March 23, 1931<br />He was the third son of SardarKishan Singh and Vidyavati<br />Bhagat Singh was one of the most prominent faces of Indian freedom struggle<br />
  4. 4. Life<br />Bhagat Singh started following Non-Cooperation Movement called by Mahatma Gandhi<br />He became involved in numerous revolutionary organizations<br />Hindustan Socialist Republican Association (HSRA)<br />Naujawan Bharat Sabha <br />Kirti Kissan Party<br />In 1919, when JalianwalaBagh massacre took place<br />The massacre strengthened his resolve to drive British out from India<br />
  5. 5. Before leaving home<br /> Bhagat Singh wrote a letter; he said, "The aim of my life is to fight for India's freedom. I don't wish for worldly pleasures. At the time of my Upanayanam (the initiation ceremony among the Hindus), my uncle had taken a sacred promise from me; I promised to sacrifice myself for the sake of the country. Accordingly I am now giving up my own happiness and going out to serve the country."<br />
  6. 6. Bomb In The Assembly (Pathos)<br />In the face of actions by the revolutionaries<br />The British government enacted the Defence of India Act to give more power to the police<br />The Act was defeated in the council by one vote.<br />However, the Act was then passed under the ordinance that claimed that it was in the best interest of the public.<br />
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  8. 8.  In response to this act, the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association planned to explode a bomb in the Central Legislative Assembly where the ordinance was going to be passed. <br />It was decided that Bhagat Singh and BatukeshwarDuttanother revolutionery would throw the bomb in the assembly<br />On April 8, 1929, Singh and Dutt threw a bomb onto the corridors of the assembly and shouted "InquilabZindabad!“("Long Live the Revolution!").<br />
  9. 9. The bomb neither killed nor injured anyone<br />He and Dutt were sentenced to 'Transportation for Life' for the bombing on June 12, 1929.<br />And mother India lost her brave son <br />“He is the symbol of the heroism of the youth of India. A revolutionary He threw a bomb when the Legislature was in session to warn the British Government. He was put to death but lives in the hearts of his countrymen”<br /> – Eswarachandra<br />
  10. 10. Ethos<br />
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  12. 12. Logos<br />There was a logic behind everything Bhagat Singh used to do.<br />It takes a loud voice to make the deaf hear<br />Bhagat Singh decided to use the court as a tool to publicize his cause for the independence of India<br />While in jail, Bhagat Singh and other prisoners launched a hunger strike advocating for the rights of prisoners and those facing trial<br />""I am confident that my death will do more to smash the British Empire than my release" and told his father to withdraw the petition<br />In the leaflet he threw in the Central Assembly on 9 April 1929, he stated that It is easy to kill individuals but you cannot kill the ideas<br />