75 years later

Published in The Asian Age, 24 March, 2005

On 23 March, 75 years ago, three men embraced death happily and boldly. The British empire was so scared of them even after their execution, that it got rid of their bodies in a clandestine manner. Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru sacrificed their lives for the cause of freedom. We can never forget their contribution. Today everyone believes that India would have been different had Bhagat Singh and his comrades been alive. We can produce many famous politicians and leaders, but there will be only one Bhagat Singh.

Aditya Rangroo

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