Hussainiwala: Urging to make the hide out of Bhagat Singh and his accomplices at Toorhi Bazar Ferozepur as a museum and library to provide the actual knowledge about the struggle of revolutionaries who had sacrificed their lives for the freedom of India, thousands of students gathered from all the corners of India at Hussainiwala and paid their tributes to the great revolutionary Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru. After paying their tributes the activists of PSU hold a rally at Hussainiwala that had been addressed by the family members of the martyrs, including Prof Jagmohan Singh, the nephew of Bhagat Singh, Kranti Kumar the son of Gaya Parsad and the leaders of the PSU and Bharat NauJawan Sabha. Historian Rakesh Kumar who after discovering the facts about the building of Toorhi Bazar had disclosed in his book that this building was a hide out of Bhagat Singh, Gaya Parsad and other revolutionaries said that this hide out had been used by the revolutionaries make their planning of the freedom struggle to get the revenge of the death of lala Lajpat Raiand Bhagat Singh and other revolutionaries practised the pistol shots with air pistol and getting the training of making bombs. Rakesh Kumar told that in this building Bhagat Singh had got his beard and hair cut to change his resemblance.
Prof. Jagmohan Singh said that the government had trying to keep the youth away from the real history of the revolutionaries as the government had neither been making any efforts to discover more information about the revolutianries nor the government had been giving the appropriate recognition to the belongings of the martyrs.
Thousands of students paid tributes at Hussainiwala on Thursday.
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