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Shocking! Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev Recorded as Militants not Martyrs

They may rule millions of hearts and become inspirations for the youth. Their paramount sacrifice was a part of the revolution against British regime. Without their bravery saga, every history book is incomplete. Their valor is hummed on every Independent Day. Their life was a selfless dedication to the country. They loved the most by the country and become the heartbeats of every Indian.
Now, a Right to Information (RTI) revealed a shocking intimation that Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, and Sukhdev aren’t recorded as martyrs instead they are labeled as militants.
An RTI query replied by the Home Ministry become the national headline as it mentions that the trio as a radical youth, not martyrs. Out of the curiosity, an RTI was filed by the Jammu based Social Activist Rohit Chowdhary to know whether they had given martyr status or not but the reply was shocked everyone to mention that they are recorded as militants.
Commenting on the RTI reply, senior Bharatiya Janata Pary (BJP) leader Vikram Singh Randhawa said that the party would take cognizance of the same on high priority.
The reply of RTI query witnessed that how our Government is too careless about the contribution of freedom fighters.
Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, and Rajguru were hanged by the British regime on March 23, 1931. They all three are convicted by a verdict in Ghadar conspiracy case. Where the Trio had murdered British officer John Saunders, by miss interpreting him as James Scott, the English police officer who passed a decree of lathicharge in which Lala Lajpat Rai killed.
At the time of hanging Bhagat Singh was only 23, Sukhdev 24 and Rajguru was just 22 years old.

The source of news is Times of India’s Facebook page post where they covered entire story.
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