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Remembering Bhagat Singh on his birth anniversary

Prime News, National, Karnataka, Mysuru, September 27:- City’s Yuvabharat had organised revolutionary leader Bhagat Singh’s 114th birth anniversary at Triveni Circle here on Monday (September 27). The activists garlanded the portrait of Bhagat Singh and distributed sweets to the public.

BJP Backward Communities Morcha president Jogi Manju said, “Bhagat Singh’s patriotism and his undying spirit should be a role model for all of us. India got independence mainly because of such people. There were two groups then which fought against the British. Jallianwala Bagh incident left an indelible mark on Bhagat Singh. Once the British realised he is going to be a major threat, they hanged him when he was barely 23 years of age.”

Yuva Bharat’s Anand B said, “We are proud to talk of Bhagat Singh’s patriotism. On the one hand, Mahatma Gandhi fought for independence through non-violence and on the other hand, Bhagat Singh took to arms. Bhagat Singh, Sukh Dev, Raj Guru and many others laid the foundation for independence. The present generation should know more about such revolutionary leaders. One of the circles should be named after Bhagat Singh.”

Jyothi School’s Shadakshari, Mallanna, Balu, Srinivas, Kiran, Shivu Masalli, Rasool, Mahesh, Dhanraj,  Rajesh, Gopal, Rajkumar and others were present.  (MR/KS)

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