Bhagat Singh

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Umang Shah
March 5, 2012
Speech on Bhagat Singh.
One of the most famous Indian revolutionaries of his time, Bhagat Singh, was considered to be a freedom fighter of the Indian struggle. He was born on September 28, 1907. He was born in a Sikh family to Kishan Singh and Vidyavati in a rural district of Punjab. As growing up, he learned that his uncle Ajit Singh and his father Kishan Singh were a great freedom fighters involved in the war to India’s Independence. So understanding his Family’s situation Bhagat Singh grew up coming from a patriotic family which were really involved with India and its history.

His uncle, Ajit Singh actually established India’s Patriots Association along with his partner Syed Haidar Raza. Understanding the actions of his uncle and other individuals to revolt against the British, Bhagat Singh growing up decided as a young man to help India’s cause to devoting his soul and mind to his mother land. During his childhood, Bhagat Singh was confident and bold, he was never afraid to back down from anything; his thought of the world was “growing guns on the field”, so that he could fight off the British. This phrase was his ambition and had driven him to make a change in India.

Growing up, he studied in the Dayand Anglo Vedic School in Lahore. When he was 16, he would always ask himself why Indians did not use force to withdraw their invaders. In his journey, to find rebellious ideas, he came across Sukhdev, Rajguru, and Chandrasekhar Azad, who with him formed the Hindustan Socialist Revolution Army. The aim of this new found Indian revolutionary movement was not to only make India independent, but also to create "a socialist India” unruled by the British Empire. Also, one of the main events in Bhagat Singh’s life was when he and Rajguru killed Mr. John Saunders, one of the officers of the Simon Commission because Lala Lajpat Rai was wounded. The second primary event was when the British government was broadcasting two...
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