Chandra Shekhar Azad commonly known as Azad was a great fighter for the freedom of India. His courage and his extreme patriotism served as inspiration for the Indians to enter and generate freedom for India.
He is considered one of the greatest revolutionaries that India has produced and was the mentor of Bhagat Singh.
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Chandra Shekhar Azad Biography
History of Chandra Shekhar Azad
Chandra Shekhar Tiwari was born to Jagrani Devi and Sitaram Tiwari on 23rd July 1906, in the village of Bhawra in the Alirajpur district of Madhya Pradesh. He had lived in Bahbra, a village in the state of Madhya Pradesh.
His patriotism towards the nation – Information
At the age of 15, being a student he joined the non-cooperation movement of Gandhiji. He was arrested for many revolutionary activities and when he was presented before the magistrate, he gave his name of Azad (that is, free) and from that day he was called Azad.
He was sentenced to 15 lashes. He shouted, “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” which means “Victory for Mother India” for every time he was beaten and beaten.
It is then, he swore, that he will never be captured by the British and will prefer to die as a free man. He will always remain in the hearts of the true patriots of the nation.
His revolutionary life
He became very aggressive from the beginning and committed to complete independence by all means. With his compatriots, he will target British officers known for their cruel actions against common people and freedom fighters.
Important Incident in Chandra Shekhar Azad Life
Chandrashekhar Azad was involved in the theft of the train in Kakori in 1926, which was the effort to detonate the viceroy’s travel train.
In 1928, he was also involved in the murder of Saunders in Lahore to take revenge for the murder of Lala Lajpatrai.
The formation of the HSRA
With Rajguru and Bhagat Singh Sukhdev, he founded and founded the Hindustan Republican Socialist Association (HSRA). They had devoted their lives totally to the independence of the nation and to the progress and future of India.
It was a terror for the British police and was on the list of victims. The British police wanted to capture him, alive or dead.
Death of Chandra Shekhar Azad
He died in Alfred Park in Allahabad on February 27, 1931. This incident occurred when he went to meet his revolutionary colleague Sukhdev Raj in the city and Azad fired on the armed police when he confronted them.
He was wounded when he killed 3 police officers who allowed Sukhdev Raj to escape.
After a long period of decisive fire, true to his commitment never to be caught alive, he committed suicide with his last bullet.
His body was sent to Rasulabad Ghat for cremation without any information to the public and when the news came out, they all surrounded the park where this incident occurred and recited slogans against British rule and congratulated Azad.