Paying Tribute to Our Martyrs on Valentine’s Day

Paying Tribute to Our Martyrs on Valentine’s Day

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Paying Tribute to Our Martyrs on Valentine's Day

We are in that month of the year which is prevalently praised one amongst all for the sake of general bond and uniting quality known as “love.”

Blooms, sweet, red hearts and sentiment. That is what Valentine’s day is all about, isn’t that so? However, all things are considered, perhaps not. The starting point of this occasion for the statement of love truly isn’t sentimental in any way – in any event not in the customary sense.

Along with this celebration, we shouldn’t forget paying homage to our martyrs on Valentine’s Day. Because it till date is touted as one of the most heart-broken moments in the history of India, when our 3 legendary martyrs Sukhdev Thapar, Shaheed Bhagat Singh and Shivram Rajguru were sentenced to death on 14 February 1931 in the Lahore conspiracy case and ordered to be hanged on 24 March 1931.

Paying Tribute to Our Martyrs on Valentine’s Day

Cracking a joke at the expense of such bravehearts is a shameless and condescending act that we as Indians should consider as a moral obligation. We owe our lives to them. Spreading mis data about the date of their passings is a joke on their battle, as well as a trick to spread sentiments of scorn, on a day that is intended to spread affection.

On the interpersonal interaction site Facebook, numerous individuals have said that, “The greater part of us know 14th Feb as Valentine’s Day.

Be that as it may, in the morning of 14.02.1931 at Lahore, the legendaries were hanged to their passings. We just praise valentine day. Let us pass this message to each one we know, to salute and pay admiration to their penance too. “Give Us A chance to be An Indian First…”

So, it’s a speak to all rumourmongers, kindly don’t spread venomous propaganda by turning the certainties about the flexibility contenders’ affliction.

Controversy on Bhagat Singh- An Unsung Hero

Whether it is a creation or a rumuor, some claim that Bhagat Singh and his companions were held tight February 14, 1931, a day that is lauded as Valentine’s day.

Bhagat Singh, a Sandhu Jat, ended up being prevalent to the point that he had transformed into the picture of the new stimulating among the youngsters. By, Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev were sentenced to death in ‘Lahore conspiracy case’ and were asked to be hanged till death on 24 March, 1931. Notwithstanding, the timetable was pushed ahead by 11 hours and they were truly executed on 23 March, 1931 at 7:30 pm. Nevertheless, there has been a flawed ‘pernicious campaign’ doing the rounds on web organizing, about the date of passings of the three holy people.

Here onwards take a minute in paying homage to such martyrs who didn’t think twice before sacrificing their lives for our beloved motherland while your busy enough in splurging all your money in blindly following west influenced customary.