Read the full history Of Jalian wala Bag II 13 April 1919 II

On April 13, 1919, in the Jallianwala Bagh shootout, in which hundreds of innocent people were killed and injured, hundreds of people were killed in the memory of the injured, but it is a big sadness that the Jallianwala garden killed 97 years ago. The people who have not been recognized for even the right identity and dignity have not been received even after 67 years of independence. Jallianwala Bagh is near the famous shrine of the Sikh religion, Sri Harmandir Sahib, Amritsar. The people of Punjab participated in the first world war in more and more thousands of Punjabis sacrificed their lives for the British, but the British changed their lives. An unhealthy Punjabi villagers played bloody blood in Manjalialaala Bagh Even today, the total number and information of people who have lost their lives in Jallianwala Bagh have not been known and they have given them martyrs status till this day. Looking at this tragic non-human shootout history, there was protests in different parts of the country in protest of the RAW Act passed by the British government. For this reason, two prominent leaders Satyapal and Saifuddin Kitchlu were arrested by the British government. On April 10, 1919, protest was raised against the people of the Amritsar Deputy Commissioner’s house. The protesters were demanding the release of two famous leaders, Satyapal and Saifuddin Kitchlu, who were arrested and taken to a secret place by the police. British troops opened fire on protesters, many protesters were killed and many others injured. After this, the protest against the Britishers increased in the country and the protesters started attacking government offices and railway stations and started arson. . Meanwhile, many government officials, including 5 European citizens, were killed in civil and civilian casualties. On this day there were protests from protesters in which 8 to 20 demonstrators were killed. After that on April 11, 1919 Miss Marcela Sherwood, who was an Englishman and running the school, closed the school and sent nearly 600 Indian students back home. As a protest, the mob broke the Kura castle in the narrow street and grabbed him by the hair and beat him, which the parents of some students saved from the crowd. After this, General Dyer forced Indian Indians to crawl the knees and hand. In the next two days, violence was happening in Punjab. In the Punjab, railway tracks were abolished, telephone service was abolished, and government buildings were set up and three European people were killed. After that the British government imposed martial law in all the Punjab. According to this law, more than four Indians could not be assembled in the same place anywhere. On April 13, 1919, on the Baisakhi day, a massive gathering of people was gathering peacefully at Jalianwala Bagh near Harminder Sahib. This Jalsa started on 4 o’clock in the evening. This included people from different villages. At 5:30 pm, at the command of Brigadier General Reginald Dyer, the British Indian Army, which included 65 soldiers, Gorkha and 25 soldiers Baloch, surrounded the peace-loving pilgrimage. These soldiers were equipped with 303 l in the infield bolt action rifles. On this occasion, General Dyer brought with him machine guns in two vehicles. General Dyer closed the exit route and provided machine guns to them. General Director Dyer ordered firing on the premises without giving any warning. The army fired for 10 minutes, killing hundreds of unarmed people and wounding in thousands. The garden was two hundred yards long and one mournful wide. There was a wall around him and the house was with the wall. There was a small narrow way to get out. Some people jumped in the well but could not save themselves. Some people tried to save their lives by crossing the wall but they could not even survive the bullet. The gunfire ended only when the soldiers’ guns were destroyed. According to the General Director, 1650 rounds were fired. 120 of the wells were pulled out After this, complete curfew was imposed. At that time the number of people killed in this shoot was also shown differently. According to the British government, 379 people were killed in this shoot and nearly 1100 people were injured, according to civil surgeon Dr Williams DeMedi, 1526 people were killed in the shootings, according to Indian National Congress, more than 1,500 were told, Deputy Commissioner Amritsar According to the list put in the office, 484 people were killed in this gunfight while Jallianwala Bagh has a list of only 388 people. According to British government records, 379 people were injured in the shootings, including 337 men, 41 minors and one, six-week child. According to them, 200 people were injured in the shootout. At that time the Darbar Sahib and the Mahants were occupied and Arora Singh, the Chief of Darbar Sahib, honored General Dyer in the year 1919 with Siropa. Rabindranath Tagore turned the title of the serial in protest of this murder. Jallianwala Bagh was the property of Sardar Himmat Singh’s family, who had come here from village Jalla, who is located in Fatehgarh Sahib district of Punjab. This family was called Javelival or Jalla or Jalaa etc. In 1920 a trust was formed by the Indian National Congress Party and in 1923 the trust purchased this land.

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