Jallianwala bagh day was remembered as the terrible day in the Indian history. On which the wild bloodbath happened in
Jallianwala Bagh of the sacred land of Guru Nanak in Amritsar. Jallianwala Bagh bloodbath was happened on April 13, 1919.The massacre took place on Baisakhi which is considered New Year day of Sikhs and also a crop festival. The people of Punjab gathered on the lucky day of Baisakhi at Jallianwala Bagh near Golden Temple. General Dyer came with an army of British Indian army.
He came with 90 soldiers and ordered to fire on all the people including women and children. The people were pushing each other and there was rush all around. Many people were killed not only by firing but by finding gates and falling into the well. People made many efforts to save themselves and look for shelter from the firing but they were killed by the British. Thousands were injured. General Dyer later admitted that he had gone to the Bagh with the planned aim of opening fire.
Jallianwala Bagh Day:
On April 13th, 1919 the Jallianwala Bagh massacre hit at heart of Udham Singh, a challenge Indian nationalist. He planned revenge against this unkindness done by General Dyer. He took an oath that he would kill Dyer and he called April 13 as Sankalp Divas or Resolution Day. Udham Singh went to London and stayed there for some days in order to fulfil his pledge. He arranged a car and a revolver with bullets for his operation.
On March 13, 1940, Udham Singh revenged against Dyer who unleashed a mass murder in Jallianwala Bagh. When Dyer was speaking in Royal Central Asian Society’s meeting that was organized in London’s Caxton Hall, he murdered Dyer by
After that murder, he conquered before law without run away. They were hanged Singh to death at Bentonville Jail on July 31st 1940. April 13 is remembered as Jallianwala Bagh day and action of Udham Singh as well. The April 13th is the day to support passion of nation. It is the day to remember the need of peace and Justice. It is also a day to recognize the importance of humanity.