In India one will see no statues or memorials of genuine heroes. The case for such fame is perfect only for any Gandhi, even a "Dog Gandhi" but the genuine patriots are nowhere to be seen
Among the genuine ones, if there is "Singh" in the name, then NO chance whatsoever that the Lok Sabha of "RATS & MICE" will even contemplate causing offence to Sonia KHAN, the Catholic cat among the Hindu mice, by honouring a HINDU or SIKH patriot.
Not only Bhagat Singh but also NANAK SINGH of Multan, who bravely thundered "Akhand Bharat" and paid with his life on March 5, 1947, must suffer from neglect and betrayal by this despicable "Scum of a Sarkar's" High Treason. The latter's case is even more unworthy since his call to Akhand Bharat challenged the Mohammedans who are the very Terror Lords of both Akhand and Partitioned Hindustan.
As we all know, the Mohammedans still hold Lady HINDUSTAN in their firm grip. That is why we still have Aurangabad, Faizabad and Ghaziabad, though Ghazis were the Taliban of their days who had free and unhindered access to anybody's sister, daughter and wife.
As a concubine of filthy KHANS and GHAZIS, "Lady Hindustan" was in her element. Finally the British put an end to the senile Muslim Emperor of Hindustan in 1857 though still under the Terror of Islam, the clueless cowardly Hindus call it War of "Independence".
Had the British not "despatched" the Son of Musalman, Bahadur Shah Zafar in exile, today WHOLE OF HINDUSTAN WOULD HAVE BEEN PAKISTAN.
With regard to Bhagat Singh's statue, it seems that the only suitable place for it could be reserved for the statue of either "mother" TERESA from Albania or even Rashtramata Sonia KHAN from Italy.
PARTITIONED India is still the land of "cooies and serfs" who despise their own kind, and feel embarrassed in honouring their own (HINDU) heroes in any way but rejoice in celebrating Teresa, Sonia and every Khan, Tom and Imam.
So please read below, a report, that bemoans the absence of the statue of great martyr Bhagat Singh.
................ Waiting for Bhagat Singh
Tiptoe, I had sneaked out into the spacious courtyard of Delhi Legislative Assembly. The Old Secretariat constructed during the second decade of 20th century is the hub of sleepy and aesthetically displeasing offices of Delhi government. I was sitting on a wooden bench on the magically clean vestibule of Vidhan Sabha, smelling of disinfectant. Inside a case of disciplinary proceedings had come up against one of the suspended officers of our undertaking. A DANICS turned IAS was investigating the case. He was listening to the suspended employee as well to the Presenting Officer of our office. I sat outside conversing frugally with two peons.
In late 1998, I found that computers were still a luxury and buzzing electronic typewriters were the trendiest word processors in a charmed world of rattling Remingtons and Facits. I looked on to the clock on the wall to ensure that it was not turning backwards. Delhi government already had a web-site www.delhisarkar.com. But to my amazement the sole PC I could locate was an obsolete 386 on which an employee was playing videogame.
But it was a joy to sit at the feet of a gargantuan stone statue of Vithal Bhai Patel. Vithal Bhai Patel, elder brother of the Iron man of India, the plaque notified was the first speaker of this assembly. Then called the Central Legislative Assembly. Lesser known Vithal Bhai Patel had passed away in Switzerland in 1933 with only Subhas Chandra Bose on his side to nurse him. The one lakh rupee Will left by him towards subhas was later shamelessly challenged by Vallabh Bhai Patel and Gandhi to deprive the heir of the legacy.
In that courtyard I could spot other statues like those of Mahatma Gandhi and Chaudhry Brahma Prakash, the first chief minister of Delhi. I was a pleasant surprise to discover another bust of Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya. But to my unnerving dismay I found no trace of Bhagat Singh and Batukeswar Dutt. On March 23, the martyrdom day Bhagat Singh-Rajguru-Sukhdev was our leaders would proffer lavish eulogy on their heroic deeds. Our history books are full of descriptions for that bomb plonking, slogan shouting and pamphlet distributing episode by Bhagat Singh and Batukeswar Dutt in Central Legislative Assembly.
A shrill sense of delight would coarse in vein to imagine that fiery incident of April 8, 1929. With Vithal Bhai Patel on the chair, and in presence of Pt Moti Lal Nehru and infamous John Simon of Simon Commission the Sikh and Bengali duo had denoted some innocuous crude bombs here "So that the deaf might hear". On April 8, 1929 their symbolic protest was marked by distribution of pamphlets, highlighting their egalitarian communist manifesto amidst uproarious shouting Inquilab Zindabad (Long Live the Revolution) and "Down with the British Empire".
The arrest of Bhagat Singh, who was absconding after lethal revenge of Lala Lajpat Rai's death on Saunders in Lahore led him ultimately to the gallows on March 23, 1931. Batukeswar sentenced to life imprisonment disappeared from history. He later lived in Lucknow and died a pitiable death in New Delhi three decades afterwards. He had an unprofitable agency of cigarette and wanted a permit for a city bus that was not approved.
I left Delhi government shortly afterwards but it is a matter of shame that no memorial for Bhagat Singh and Batukeswar Dutt has been erected till date. I apologize for not being able to do anything more than my e-mails to Sahib Singh Verma and Sheila Dixit which were not even acknowledged.
It is also a matter of great SHAME that the Indian Army is not allowed the thrill of parading through the cities to commemorate famous VICTORIES of the past.
The tragedy for these "eunuchs in uniform", or the MERCENARY troops of Nehru Dynasty, is that they have only had either cease- fires, or BLOODY NOSES in all the wars since 1947. East Bengal they captured, then got a SLAP IN THE FACE when their Empress Indira KHAN returned it to her MOHAMMEDANS cousin Shaikh Mujiburrahman. Such was the TERROR of Mohammed in her mind. The same TERROR now grips the MPs in India's Parliament who cannot abrogate Article 370 of Constitution to integrate SOUTH Kashmir.
JOY AND DELIGHT TO SUPREME COMMANDER BHANGI OF HINDUSTAN:
As a CHRISTIAN, further inspired by his BURMESE BORN spouse, KR Narayanan can only be happy to hear of the death of Hindus in the Valley.
One such good news for him came on April 22, 2002, in The Times, London on page 20:
"27 DIE IN BATTLE: Jammu. Gun battles between the INDIAN ARMY ("eunuchs in uniform") and suspected Islamic militants killed at lest 17 combatants in Kashmir."
....CONGRATULATIONS, MR. KR NARAYANAN, YOUR ARMY IS PERISHING.
"YOU COWARD, YOU SON OF A GOAT, YOU (DAMN) FOOL, YOU TRAITOR, YOU FRIEND OF THE ENEMY, THE MORALE OF YOUR ARMY CANNOT BE GOING UP IF ALL THE KILLINGS (YES, ALL THE KILLINGS) ARE ONLY ON *THIS* OF THE BORDER. AND THIS HAS BEEN THE CASE SINCE OCTOBER 24, 1947!
SHAME ON YOU, AND ON ALL YOUR PREDECESSORS, AND ON ALL YOUR WOULD BE SUCCESSORS. HOW LUCKY YOU ARE, YOUR NATION (OF "VERMIN") WILL NEVER THINK OF LYNCHING YOU, OR SETTING YOUR BHAWAN ON FIRE!