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Wednesday, 5 February 2020

Valentine's Day and Bhagat Singh's punishment

How Valentine's Day was linked to Bhagat Singh's punishment

For the past several years, almost every year, some controversy takes place in India on 14th February i.e. on Valentine's Day.
 Where lovers meet each other and give gifts, many others call it a smear in the name of culture and on this day oppose it on social media and on the streets.
 On social media in India, many people are talking about celebrating 14 February as 'Martyr's Day'.
 A Twitter handle named Bharat Chaudhary wrote, "Today Amar Shaheed Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev were sentenced to death."

Ranjit Kumar Haritra writes, "Crores of Indians celebrate Valentine's Day on 14 February, but it was on this day that Amar Shaheed Bhagat Singh Rajguru and Sukhdev were sentenced to death in Lahore. Our younger generation and media channels forgot this, these martyrs  Warm Regards."
 Sachin Verma wrote, "If foreign slut has got time to celebrate Valentine's Day, then try to take it to every Indian."
 Some people on social media are talking about celebrating February 14 as Mother-Father's Day.  Ravi Prakash posted on Facebook that 'February 14 should not be Valentine's Day, but rather Mother-Father's Day should be celebrated'.

When was Bhagat Singh heard?

 The BBC tried to know how right the claim being made on social media 'Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev were sentenced to death on 14 February'.
 MS Gill wrote in his book 'Trials that Changed History: From Socrates to Saddam Hussein', "Special Tribunal Court on October 7, 1930, Sections 121 and 302 of the Indian Penal Code and Section 4 (b) of the Explosive Substance Act 1908 and  Under 6 (f), in a very cold and cold voice, the poison rose and announced the death sentence of Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev. "
 He writes, "Prem Dutt was sentenced to five years in prison and Kundan Lal was sentenced to seven years. The other accused involved in the case were deported."

In the History of Sirsa Town, Jugal Kishore Gupta wrote, "On October 7, 1930, the Tribunal pronounced the sentence in the Lahore Conspiracy Case. On 18 February 1931, the people of Sirsa organized a large gathering in which the original Chand Kadaria Bhagat Singh  Reciting his poem.
 He writes, "After this, thousands of people signed a memorandum to be sent to the Viceroy. People requested the government to grant pardon to Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev. But these appeals  There was no impact on the British government and these three were hanged on 23 March 1931. "

Shriram Bakshi writes in 'Revolutionary and the British Raj'.  "On 14 February 1931, Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya telegramed to the Viceroy and appealed that the execution of Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev be commuted to life sentence."
 In 'Haj Do Utopia: How the Gadar Movement Chartered Global Radicalism and Attested to Overthrow the British Empire' Maia Ramnath wrote that Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev were sentenced to death on 7 October 1930.
 That is, on the basis of these historical facts, it can be said that the talk of sentencing Bhagat Singh on social media and linking it with Valentine's Day has no logical connection.

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