Born on September 27, 1907 in Lyallpur, Western Punjab,
India (currently in Pakistan), Bhagat Singh, renowned for his role as a
revolutionary during the Indian freedom struggle, veered towards the direction
of protests and demonstrations against the British rule in India during his
Completing his education in Lahore in the-then undivided
India, he worked as a writer-editor in Amritsar for newspapers which were published
in Punjabi as well as Urdu.
Curtains were drawn on Singh’s live rather early, as he mistakenly killed Junior British officer JP Saunders in December, 1928
in place of Police Superintendent James Scott, responsible for the death of
Lala Lajpat Rai – an eminent Indian freedom fighter and politician – who they
originally had set out to assassinate.
In 1929, after bombing the Central Legislative Assembly in Delhi
to protest against the Defence of India Act, Singh surrendered and was hanged
at the age of 23 years in March, 1931.
Which political slogans among these did Bhagat
Answer: Inquilab Zindabad
Bhagat Singh wrote a pamphlet when accused of vanity
in his prison cell for not accepting God in the face of imminent death. What is
the name of it?
Why India Wants Freedom
Jai Hind Jai Bharti
Why I am an Atheist
Answer: Why I am an Atheist
From May, 1928 to September, 1928, Bhagat Singh
published several articles on which Punjabi periodical regarding anarchism?
In which year was a postal stamp issued to
commemorate the birth anniversary of Bhagat Singh?
Which other political prisoner was also hanged
with Bhagat Singh?
Both of them
None of them
Answer: Both of them
Where was Bhagat Singh cremated?