The articles of Shaheed Udham Singh should be handed over to India


The articles of Shaheed Udham Singh should be handed over to India

London, March 27 (Manpreet Singh Badhni Kalan) - On 13 April 1919, the pain of the incident of killing and injuring hundreds of people by unleashing the mob by the Bihati Empire in Jallianwala Bagh still leaves Indians and especially They are feeling Punjabi For which, the British government has been demanding governmental apology from the whole Indian for the incident. Today, the Vice President of International Shibbolej Samaj, Joginder Pal Bhatta, in the British Parliament, P. Virendra Sharma and M. P. Tanmanyajit Singh Dhesi gave a memorandum They demanded that the British government, during the 100th anniversary of Jallianwala Bagh, took responsibility for the incident and asked government to apologize to the Indian people and also demanded that the heroes who sacrificed for the country's freedom and revenge for the jalla gardens Shaheed Udham Singh's belongings, his pistol, diary and other things should be returned to India or their organization. He said that they are ready to pay the cost of this project He appealed to the members of the Punjabi-speaking community to help this work and said that the victims of the martyrs of 13th April, 1919 should come forward to bring justice to the families. It is worth mentioning that M. P. Virender Sharma filed a petition in this matter and has brought a resolution in Parliament on 17th October, 2017 through Early Day Motion 413. Which M P. 48 Parliamentarians, including Dhesi, Preet Kaur Gill, have supported the signature M P. Sharma said that he is already struggling with the government to apologize for the murder of Jallianwala Bagh and they will also struggle to return the things of Shaheed Udham Singh. Also present on the occasion were Mr. Sukhdev Singh Aujla, Committee Member, Sri Guru Singh Sabha Southall, Jasvir Kaur Aujla.

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