Sep 272011
 

Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev would always be remembered as one of the greatest freedom fighters of this country. They sacrificed their lives when they were very young, thinking their sacrifices would boost Indians and revolution will come in India. Sadly, it didn’t happen. In today’s India, we even have forgotten their martyrdom day but we always remember the birth and death dates of politicians and celebs.

"Original and Real Pics of Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev"

No other country in the world has disrespected its real heroes like this. Whenever there is birth or death anniversary of any politician, we see big ads and good amount of coverage in all the newspapers and media channels. Millions are spent to make people remember the politicians, but what about the real heroes ?

The souls of these 3 greats would definitely be hurt in the country where only few people remember him though his sacrifice was one of the biggest.

Many political parties spend huge money to remember their party workers but what the workers of India ? These parties claim to be patriot, but will they ever spend same amount to mark Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev’s death anniversary ?

Even we common men don’t like to remember the real martyrs of India and keep hurting their souls.

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  2 Responses to “Even celebs and corrupt politicians are remembered but very few remember the martyrdom day of Great Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev in this country”

  1. This is why hate Media…they remember Ranvir’s birthday but not our great and true Indian who had done so much for nation and died so that future of india should be great. Media should understand that instead of high lighting Poonam pandey’s dress or rakhi’s talk they should remember those people atleast for their bithday ..2nd I blame us only who choose people considering their region,religion ,language etc without seeing their back ground…if leader is corrupt then they will try to corrupt media also…

  2. lotz of regards to a person who enabled us to think freely n thereby live freely

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