New Delhi: The revolutionary Chandrashekhar Azad, who made an invaluable contribution to the independence of the country and sacrificed his life for it, was born on this day 114 years ago. Azad was born on July 23, 1906 in the village of Bhanwara. Her father was Pandit Sitaram Tiwari and her mother was Jagrani Devi. Due to his friendship with the Bhil children in his childhood, he learned to wield a lot of bows and arrows. and controlled shooting. Escalating atrocities against the compatriots by the British the next day turned Azad’s mind towards armed revolution. At that time, Benares was the stronghold of the revolutionaries. Azad came in contact with Manmathnath Gupta and Pranavesh Chatterjee and joined the revolutionary party. This party was known as Hindustan Prajatantra Sangh.
Chandrashekhar Azad was a very popular freedom fighter in the Indian freedom struggle. He was close to Pandit Ram Prasad Bismil and Sardar Bhagat Singh. In 1922 Azad became an active member of the Republican Hindustan Association. Through this institution, he first engaged Kakori kand on August 9, 1925, under the leadership of Ram Prasad Bismil and escaped. After the sacrifice of four prominent comrades with Bismil in 1927, he united all the revolutionary parties in North India and formed the Republican Socialist Hindustan Association and avenged the death of Lala Lajpat Rai in Lahore with Bhagat Singh by killing Saunders, and reached Delhi and carried out the Assembly bombing.
Chandrashekhar Azad was engaged in hastening the efforts of revolution by traveling throughout India. But one day, an informant informed the police that Chandrashekhar Azad was sitting with one of his accomplices in ‘Alfred Park’. It was February 27, 1931. Chandrashekhar Azad sat down with his colleague Sukhdev Raj and had a discussion. On the informant’s information, Police Commissioner ‘Natbabar’ surrounded Azad at Alfred Park in Allahabad. With the saying “who are you”, Natbabar shot Azad without waiting for a response. Natbabar’s bullet hit Chandrashekhar Azad’s thigh. Azad trailed near a Jamun tree and fired his bullet at the Natbabar hidden in another tree. Azad’s target was spot on and his bullet hit Natbabar’s wrist.
For a long time, Azad fought fiercely alone. He had already chased away his accomplice Sukhdevraj. Numerous police bullets had been pierced through Azad’s body, and only one last bullet remained in his mouser. He thought that even if I fired that shot, he was afraid of being caught alive. After that, Azad put the mouser tube on his head and fired the last bullet at himself. And this revolutionary has become immortal forever.
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