Youths paid homage to martyrs, pledged to fight against social-evils in the society
HARISH DIDO | 25 Aug 2014

The Shaheed Bhagat Singh Rajguru Sukhdev Memorial Society today celebrated the birth anniversary of Shaheed Rajguru – who loved the ropes of gallows happily, for the independence of the nation.

The members of the Society, bowing at the memorials of martyrs at the international Indo-Pak border of Shaheed-e-Azam Sardar Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev, garlanded on the statues of martyrs and pledged to fight against social-evils to bring the rule of equality as per the idelogy of the martyrs.

Addressing the youths, Jaswinder Singh Sandhu, President, highlighting on the life of Shaheed Rajguru said, Rajguru was born on August 24, 1908 in village Khed of Pune in Maharashtra which is now known as Rajguru Nagar.  His real name was Shiv Ram Hari Rajguru.  From the very beginning, Rajguru was of revolutionary ideas, sharp wisdom and high feelings.  On account of his association in the freedom movement against the Britishers, he was sentenced on March 23, 1931 along with Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh and Sukhdev, whose half-cremated dead bodies were thrown on the banks of Satluj River.  

On this occasion, members of Shaheed Bhagat Singh Rajguru Sukhdev Memorial Society – Kulwinder Singh Vicky Sandhu, Sanbir Singh Khilchian, Kulbir Singh Khara, Rajinder Singh Handa, Ishwar Sharma, Rajan Arora, Pritpal Singh Bagge ke Pippal, Rupinder Singh Bawa Kutbe Wala, Jagmeet Singh Sandhu Malwal and others also paid floral tributes to martyrs.