Border Security Force (BSF) can return Bhagat Singh’s pistol soon to Punjab.
Chandigarh-based advocate HC Arora, who had filed a petition in the Punjab and Haryana High Court for the return of pistol, said that BSF’s “very active”. Officials are considering the demand. Arora said that in October, 1969 BSF was demanded from the Punjab Police Academy in Phillaur for
pistol, where it was lying since 1944 when he received from Lahore Superintendent.
In November 2016, in a daily report in England, a pistol was displayed in the BSF Museum. The last shot expelled from the 3.2-mm automatic automatic pistol killed the British Assistant Superintendent of Police John Sanders on December 17, 1928.
During the resumed hearing, the reply was received by BSF. BSF seeks time till May 22 to submit reply
In March, the High Court had issued a notice to the Punjab government, the Indian government and the BSF on the Public Interest Litigation (PIL) of Arora, in which the Khatkar Kalan, the birthplace of the martyr in the BSF Museum in Indore, was born. Shaheed Bhagat Singh (SBS Nagar), which was earlier the new city, has all the articles related to Bhagat Singh in the Khatkar Kalan museum have been displayed.
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