Jallianwala bagh pinnacle of atrocity

April Baishakhi 1919 is a date of utmost importance in the indian history. We salute the martyrs with regards from our over a billion residents who laid down their lives for the optimum cause of Indian Independence while peacefully opposing the Rowlatt Act. On this very same day the soldiers of British Indian Army under the command of Brigadier - Gerneral Reignald Dyer displaying the true atrocious nature of the British Governance by firing 1650 rounds of bullets on a unarmed peaceful gathering of 20,000 men, women and children at the Jallianwala Bagh. Each bullet pierced 2-3 patriots taking their lives.

Thousands of our patriots sacrificed their lives on this day and unaccounted numbers were injured. Atrocity committed this day was further cemented by the comments of General Dyer on being questioned for this heinous act that he did so to silence the voice of India and that he could not succeed as the rounds of ammunition were not enough with his soldiers to murder every person attending the gathering.

But, he failed to silent the rising of Indian concerns for its independence. But this raised the magnitude of the fanaticism for Indian independence many folds and that very same day in the evening a boy aged 12-13 years visited the Jallianwala Bagh and bowed to the soil turned red with the bloodshed and pledged with misty eyes that he would make every British leave this country. Also a person named Udham Singh who was in his teen years at the time of this cruel incident pledged to reciprocate against this national humility and so he did, by traveling all over to Britain, working their as carpentor, selling news paper and killing 'Sir' Michael O Dyer one of the two main accused of this heinous cruel act on 13th of March 1940.

Udham Singh the martyr was born in Sunaam village, district Sangroor of Punjab in 1899 and was orphaned at an early age. He lost his mother at the age of 2 and father at age of 8 years. His brother also passed away when he was just 17 years old. He considered Brigadier -General Dyer and Governor Michael-O-Dyer responsible for this act and followed Governor Dyer under forged names to Africa, Nairobi, Brazil and America. He succeeded in his mission by shooting down 'Sir' Michael Dyer at the Cactson Hall in London on 13th March, 1940. He sacrificed his life by accepting the noose while opposing the corrupt and partial British governance of India.

Also, the kid who visited Jallianwala Bagh that inopportune evening was later known as Bhagat Singh an  yesore for the British Governance. He avenged the killing of Lala Lajpat Rai by gunning down Saunders.

Bhagat Singh also opposed all evil bills and legislations from 'Simon Commission' to 'Public Safety Bill'. He chose to represent the concerns of 300 million Indians by blasting bombs in the Assembly Hall on 8th of April, 1929 so that the completely deaf British Government could hear our voices. The British Government then hung him till death by falsely implicating under a dramatic litigation, but he became an idol of patriotism for the millions of us. His revolutionary views were idealised and became national views, also his patriotism enlightened millions of youth with love for Indian independence.

1700 hundred people gave their lives at the Jallianwala Bagh peacefully opposing 'Rolatt Act' inspired Bhagat Singh's revolt andUdham Singh's pledge. At present about 34,765 British laws are still in use and we have to rise again in unison with Swami Ramdev ji opposing these for reforms.