Rakesh Kumar’s new book on Bhagat Singh released. Adding one more feather in his cap the author Rakesh Kumar has released one more book under the title of ‘Bhagat Singh ate Os de Krantikari Sathian da Ferozepur vich Gupt Thikana’ (Hide out of Bhagat Singh and his revolutionary accomplices in Ferozepur) on Sunday at Bawa Dairy Ferozepur City. The author has written eight books out of which three books are exclusively related to Udham Singh, two books related to the Gadddar Lehar and one had been written on hide out of Bhagat Singh and his revolutionary accomplices, whereas two books had been written on Railway Land Management.Briefing about this book author Rakesh Kumar said that to get the freedom for India, Bhagat Singh and his accomplices had constituted a new party under the banner of the Krantikari Party (Revolutionary Party ) with the new and modern concept of new structure and new administrative arrangements. To achieve their goals, the revolutionaries made many hide outs round the country for the movements of their revolution including one in the Ferozepur at Toori Bazar, which was earlier known as Shah Ganj . This was the hide out where they stayed from August 10, 1928 to February 9, 1929. Great revolutionary Dr Gaya Parsad got this building on rent under the name of Dr BS Nigham from Lekh Raj and this was the place which had been frequently visited by Bhagat Singh Sulhdev, Chander Shekhar Azad, Shiv Verma, Vijay Kumar Sinha Mahaveer Singh etc like revolutionaries during their revolution.Rakesh also told that this hide out was frequently used by those revolutionaries and party members from outside the Punjab who had to travel from east or west sides during their operations so that they could easily stay and change their out-look with different clothes etc. and to get the material of Bombs from Dr, Nigham ( Gaya Parsad).this Hide-Out was considered to be the most safe hide-out among the main hideouts of the revolutionaries from where they had been operating their all operations of the given about the pistol no 168896 that had been used in the murder of Saunders that he had seen this pistol in the custody of Bhagat Singh at Toorhi Bazar.
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