Revenge is the dish best served Cold

13th April 1919
Jaliyawala Baag (Amritsar, India)

A mob of 20000 people gathered at Jaliyawala baag to protest against Rowlatt act of British Empire

People started to gather from morning and number kept increasing. Bagh was surrounded by 3 side n there was only 1 exit.
Michael O Dwyer was LG of Punjab, He sent Brigadier general R. Dyer to control mob.
R Dyer was ruthless and anti Indian.

He reached Bagh at 5 PM in evening. He sealed the exit. He saw India protesting agst British Govt n with hatred in mind he asked his soldier to fire to weaponless male, females kids gathered in bagh.
n for sec there was silence n then boom

50 soldiers with rifles kept shooting for next 10 mins. for next 10 mins there was only horrible noise of firing and shouting n crying of helpless people.
There was a well in the park, lot of people jumped in the well to save their life.
After 10 mins when all bullets were fired

There was complete silence.
1500 dead bodies scattered in park.
200 dead bodies in well.
green park turned into red by blood n flesh of innocent Hindustani
1500 innocent Hindustani who were alive till 5:30 PM were dead by 5:40 for without ant reason

Jaliwala Bagh massacre was the most brutal massacre of Human History.
The day paved the way for Indian freedom
the day also sealed the date of death of LG O Dwyer who ordered this massacre.
Coz there was one boy in the park who survived this massacre
Karma never leaves

Sher Singh born on 26 Dec 1899 at Sunam village of Punjab to Tehal Singh, a Kamboj, low-skilled low-paid labourer and his wife Narain Kaur. He was their youngest child, with a two-year old brother.

He lost his mother at age of 3

In October 1907, whilst taking the boys by foot to Amritsar, their father collapsed and died at Ram Bagh Hospital. The two brothers were subsequently handed to an uncle who being unable to keep them, gave them to the Central Khalsa Orphanage.
There Sher Singh became Udham Singh

In October 1907, whilst taking the boys by foot to Amritsar, their father collapsed and died at Ram Bagh Hospital. The two brothers were subsequently handed to an uncle who being unable to keep them, gave them to the Central Khalsa Orphanage.
There Sher Singh became Udham Singh

He was sent to Iraq by British army and he returned to Punjab in 1919 n started to do dharmik work for Gurudwara.

13th April 1919 was day of festival of Baisakhi.
Udam Singh was given work to distribute water at Jaliawala Bagh

From morning to evening he kept serving water to all people at Jalia wala Bagh and took blessings of 1000s of people there. Everything was light n happy there then at 5:30 PM in evening that massacre happened.

Udham Singh survived that massacre.

But he saw the dead bodies of those people whom he gave drinking water just moments ago. He saw crying of women n kids.

This incident shacked the soul of Udham SIngh and He took the vow whatever he had to do, He vud take the vengeance from Dwyer. He vud destroy British empire

His life was never same after that incident.
He joined Bhagat Singh. Bhagat sent him America to mobilize resources for freedom movement. He joined Gadhar Party there and started to arrange weapons for them.
But in his mind there was only one person Michael O Dwyer

In 1927, he returned to India on orders from Bhagat Singh, bringing 25 associates as well as revolvers and ammunition. Soon after, he was arrested for possession of unlicensed arms. Revolvers, ammunition.
He was sent to Jail for 5 years

He was released in 1931 n after that he was put under surveillance. Till them Dwyer was sent back to Britain.
Udham knew if he wants to kill him, He has to go to England.
He made his way to Kashmir, from where he tricked police and escape to Germany.

In 1934, he reached London, where he found employment. N from there he started to make plan of killing of Dwyer.
N it took 6 years to him to get the opportunity. He got to know that On 13 March 1940, Michael O’Dwyer was scheduled to speak at a joint meeting of East India Association at Caxton Hall, London.

Singh had entered the event with a ticket in his wife’s name. Singh concealed a revolver inside a book, which had pages cut in the shape of a revolver. This revolver was purchased by him from a soldier in a pub.

Then he entered the hall and found an open seat and he saw his enemy no 1 in front of him. As the meeting concluded.
Dwyer was moving towards speaking platform. Singh stood from seat n remembered the Jaliawala bagh massacre n faces of all those people who were shot.

This is for u my dear Hindustani n he shot Dwyer 2 bullets. There were 4 more bullets in piston. Why to waste these 4 bullets, He shot 4 more British colonial administrators
It took 21 years to take his revenge.
He did not run from there, He sit on chair with relax n laughed.

After some time police came. He said u came very late, I was waiting for u. He was arrested. Court gave him death penalty.
This murder created sensation in entire world.
Times of London called him a “fighter for freedom”,

Bergeret from Rome praised Singh’s action as courageous.
A German radio also supported Udham Singh and said that the Indians never forget to take the revenge even after 20 years.

All Indian freedom fighter supported him except two-
Gandhi n Nehru Both condemned his act.

Nehru called it act of insanity But Udham got support from Netaji Bose.

This killing gave shivering to Britishers in India n they started to believe that Indians never forget their revenge and they vud also have same fate.
This killing shacked the British empire in India.

In custody, he called himself Ram Mohammad Singh Azad (Hindu, Muslim, Sikh).

On 31 July 1940, Singh was hanged but he died with peace for a purpose.

I did it because I had grudge against him. He deserved it. He was real culprit. He wanted to crush spirit of my people, so I have crushed him. For full 21 years, I have been trying to seek vengeance. M happy that I’ve done the job. M not scared of death. I am dying for my country.

In his trial he said to British Jury:

I do not care about sentence of death. It means nothing at all. I do not care about dying or anything. I do not worry about it at all. I am dying for a purpose. he exclaimed, ‘We are suffering from the British Empire.’

‘I am not afraid to die. I am proud to die, to have to free my native land and I hope that when I am gone, I hope that in my place will come thousands of my countrymen to drive you dirty dogs out; to free my country.

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