Who was Bhagat? Why did he Sacrifice?


"Bhagat had a clear vision of implementing real democracy. What congress has done is not a democracy, it is loose ended system to keep power in the possession of their hair apparent"

The negotiated character of a Nation born after Second World War is ironically disputed. The second largest subcontinent of Asia is fragmented into dubious identity tussle. All the claims are either wrong, small or malevolent lest they have any constructive intentions.

Apart from Islamic, Hindus and Dalit claims... this tussle of India's ownership is rooted into class struggle. Independence from British Rule negotiated by Congress Party is nothing but is just a change of throne at the center. The peasants are still enslaved and discarded from the mainland governance. What could have been a real liberation of India is only drafted incisively by Bhagat Singh. This is the only reason he is present in the books but not in the policies of governments.

The fiasco of Mangal Pandey, Laxmi Bai, Chaprekars, Tilak, Sawarkar and Golvlakar is nothing but an opportunism to steal power from Britishers by fooling Islamic rulers. They're becoming hero of Indian Middle class because upper class want them to remain misguided and influenced by the upper caste.

Indian struggle of Independence had actually sparked by Birsa Munda in 1824AD. It actually had been fully comprehended by the youngsters of Lahore, Calcutta and Kanpur. Bhagat Singh, Chandra Shekhar and Subhash Chandra Bose have actually worked towards the liberation of the people from the slavery of the Monarchy. What congress did was a reestablishment of a dynasty of Hindu Majority by not declaring it in its literal meaning. Muslim League, Hindu Mahasabha and Congress had always tried jump over the throne of Delhi without any intention of serve to the people. It just happened that people elected Congress to keep communal forces away from politics.

Bhagat however had a clear vision of implementing real democracy. What congress has done is not a democracy, it is loose ended system to keep power in the possession of their hair apparent. they will never let the world know who was Bhagat why did he sacrifice his life.


I present to you my brother leaders. the glimpses of the courage our Martyr Bhagat had... Imagine what it takes to be alive even after a physical death. I have noted these points from his Jail Notebook.

"भगत सिंह वस्तुतः पुस्तकों पढ़ते नहीं थे बल्कि निगल जाते थे! फिर भी उनकी ज्ञान पिपासा सदा अनबुझी रहती थी।"
"पुस्तकों पढ़ना, नोट्स बनाना, साथियों के साथ उनपर विचार विमर्श करना, अपनी समझ को नए ज्ञान कि कसौटी पर आलोचनात्मक ढंग से परखना और इस प्रक्रिया में अपनी गलतियों को सुधारना। ऐसा वो सतत  करते रहते थे!"
:- श्री राजाराम शास्त्री

"ईश्वर और ऐसी किसी भी दैविक धारणा में आदमी को जबर्दस्त आश्वासन  मिलता है। अंध विश्वाश आदमी कि कठनाइयों को न सिर्फ आसान बल्कि सुखकर भी कर देता है। ये सही है कि आंधी और तूफ़ान में अपने पैरों पर खड़ा रहना मुश्किल होता है लेकिन मुझे अपनी नियति का सामना करने के लिए किसी नशे कि जरूरत नहीं है।
आज मुझे यकीन हो गया है कि सृष्टि का निर्माण, व्यस्थापन और नियंत्रण कर सकने वाली किसी सर्वशक्तिमान परम सत्ता के अस्तित्व का सिद्धांत एकदम निराधार है।"
:- भगत सिंह (सन1926)

भगत सिंह कि पुस्तकें जो कभी नहीं
छपीं
१ आत्मकथा
२. समाजवाद का दर्शन
३. भारत में क्रन्तिकारी आंदोलन
भगत सिंह कि पुस्तक जो छाप सखी
१. बम का दर्शन

अचानक फांसी होने कि वजह से भगत ये किताबें कभी नहीं पढ़ पाएं जो उन्होंने ने लाहौर के द्वारकानाथ पुस्तकालय से जेल में मंगवाई थी
1. Materialism
2. Whiteman Fight
3. Soviet at Work
4. Collapse of Second International
5. Left Wing Communism
6. Mutual and Prince Corporation
7. Fields, Factories and Workshops
8. Civil War in France
9. Land Revolution in Asia
10. Spy of Optorn Synchleyor

Imagine the  life he is living! If you think he lived only for 23 years, you better seek the answer that are you alive?

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