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Some Hidden Facts: Martyrdom of Shaheed Bhagat Singh

Kulwant Singh Kooner (Author) Gurpreet Singh Sindhra (Author)
Synopsis On 23rd March 1931 the "Trojan Horse" plan was fully implemented and after a fake drama of execution the three young men were brought unconscious to a secret place in the Lahore Cantonment where they were shot dead by "the Death Squad". To conceal the whole episode the authorities had made arrangement for cremation at some secret place on the right bank of Beas and the Sutlej convergence. On the other hand to divert the public attention the authorities had made arrangement for another pyre at Hussaniwala. They were also afraid of postmortem which would reveal the presence of bullets in the dead bodies and same was the case with the ashes….
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About the authors

Kulwant Singh Kooner

Kulwant Singh Kooner, son of Giani Tirlok Singh, is an adopted son of Sr. Dalip Sing Alahabadi, who was a sepoy of British Secret Service in India during 1925-1936. This story has been retold by him as narrated to him by his adoptee father.

Gurpreet Singh Sindhra

Gurpreet Singh Sindhra was only 12 yeaers old when the first picture of Shaheed Bhagat Singh was embedded in his mind, when, as a middle school student, he got the first chance to visit the 'Samadhi' of the martyrs at Hussainiwala. His deep research into the documentary evidences lying sealed in the libraries and archives in London laid bare the Hidden truths which are being presented in the shape of this book.

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Bibliographic information

Title Some Hidden Facts: Martyrdom of Shaheed Bhagat Singh
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1s ed.
Language: English
length 183p., Maps; 23cm.
Subjects History