By RSF & JKNSF
On 23rd March, 2022, Revolutionary Students Front (RSF) and Jammu Kashmir National Students Federation (JKNSF) organised seminars, lectures and other activities across the country and its held areas of Kashmir to pay tribute to Bhagat Singh and his Comrades, Sukhdev and Raj Guru, on their 91st death anniversary. Short reports of these activities are being published here for our readers.
On the 91st death anniversary of Shaheed Bhagat Singh, a brave and great revolutionary of the subcontinent, a seminar was organized by Revolutionary Students Front and Jammu Kashmir National Students Federation at Irtiqa Institute, in which students from Murshid Medical College, Dow University, Lyari University and Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Law College participated. The seminar consisted of two sessions. In the first session, Bhagat Singh’s biopic, “The Legend of Bhagat Singh” was played.
After the movie the second session was formally commenced, which was chaired by Danish Zounr. With welcoming the participants, Abdul Razzaq Baghio started the session with his speech after which the discussion continued. Farah, Zaka, Riaz Baloch, Majid Memon and President RSF Karachi, Fayyaz Chandio, took part in the discussion.
The speakers shed light on the life and ideas of Bhagat Singh. They said that Bhagat Singh was a fearless fighter of the revolution. Bhagat Singh and his comrades actively intervened in the socio-political movement of their time with their leaflets and slogans. They exposed the bestiality of British Imperialism and it’s oppressive colonial policies before the people. They were even content with sacrificing their lives for the cause of the revolution.
All the participants vowed to pay tribute to the struggle of Bhagat Singh and his comrades, Sukh Dev and Raj Guru, by continuing it till the socialist victory. The program was formally concluded with the Internationale.
On the 91st death anniversary of Bhagat Singh a seminar was organised by the Revolutionary Students Front at the Azad House, Jamshoro. Students and Workers from other progressive organisations also participated in the seminar.
The program was chaired by Finance Secretary RSF Hyderabad, Rahul Desar, and Senior Vice President RSF Sindh University, Sahar.
Nawab Chandio, President RSF Hyderabad, led the discussion by paying tribute to Comrade Bhagat Singh and his comrades. He said that Bhagat Singh’s ideological and political struggle is an invaluable asset which carries enormous lessons for the revolutionary youth of the Subcontinent and beyond.
Sohail Chandio said that responsibility for the death of Bhagat Singh and his comrades lies not only with British Imperialism but the native comprador ruling class was equally responsible for this act of cold blooded murder. Vinod, carrying the discussion forward, said that Bhagat Singh is an example for the youth. Young people need to study him and continue on his footsteps. Nizam Chandio, Haji Shah, Shiraz Patojo, Sajid Shah and others highlighted the greatness and ideological maturity of Bhagat Singh.
Faisal Mastoi, President RSF Sindh University, spoke in detail about Bhagat Singh’s life and ideas. He said that Bhagat Singh, who embraced martyrdom at the age of 23, and his Comrades were not sentimental fools with hollow ideas. They had not only studied and understood Marx, Lenin and Trotsky, but also applied their teachings in the form of building a revolutionary party, Hindustan Socialist Republican Army (HSRA). They were not fighting for the freedom of any single nation or race, rather they laid down lives for the emancipation of all the oppressed and working masses. Now, this task rests upon our shoulders and we vow to complete Bhagat Singh’s mission. Akram Misrani delivered the concluding remarks.
A lecture program was organized on the 91st death anniversary of Bhagat Singh and his Comrades, Sukhdev and Raj Guru. The program was chaired by Comrade Essa and Sadam Mustafa delivered the lecture. The program commenced with a revolutionary poem by Shabbir Babar.
Saddam described the revolutionary struggle of Bhagat Singh and his allies against the oppression and tyranny of British imperialism in great detail. He also shed light on partition of the subcontinent, and the current situation of India and Pakistan. Sadam further said that Bhagat Singh’s struggle is still a beacon for us. After the lecture, Ejaz Babar and Majid Baghio made their contribution to the discussion. Aziz Abdul Rauf sang a revolutionary song. Saddam summed up the program by answering the questions. The program formally concluded with the Internationale Workers’ Anthem.
A seminar was organized by the Revolutionary Students Front and the Unemployed Youth Movement in Bhan Syedabad to pay homage to Shaheed Bhagat Singh and his revolutionary comrades, Raj Guru and Sukh Dev, on their death anniversary. Addressing the seminar, Badruddin Panhwar, Iqbal Memon, Parel Haider Channa, Hasnain Joyo and Anwar Panhwar said that the revolutionary struggle of Shaheed Bhagat Singh was for socialist revolution in the subcontinent. Therefore, he rejected the politics of Gandhi’s Congress and the Muslim League and raised the slogan of socialist revolution because he wanted economic and social freedom for the workers and peasants through. Finally there was a question and answer session in which the youth participated with great interest.
Some chapters of history are like nightmares for the ruling class and its toadies, who try to rip off these pages from the history books while trying to blunt the revolutionary edge of the ideologies of their authors turning them into harmless lambs. Sardar Bhagat Singh, Sukh Dev and Raj Guru are such characters in the revolutionary history of the subcontinent.
March 23rd, 1931 is the day of martyrdom of these three revolutionaries. Therefore, on the occasion of this day, a memorial meeting was held in Sialkot. The meeting was attended by college and university students, and factory workers.
Participants discussed the role and political program of Bhagat Singh, Raj Guru, Sukh Dev and the Hindustan Socialist Republican Army (HSRA) and paid tribute to the struggle of these revolutionaries. Participants further said that the legacy of these revolutionaries is a beacon for all revolutionaries today fighting for the red dawn.
In the end, the workers’ anthem, Internationale, was sung and the session was adjourned with the promise to continue the struggle of Bhagat Singh and his comrades till the socialist dawn.
On the 91st death anniversary of Bhagat Singh, Sukh Dev and Raj Guru, Progressive Writers’ Association, Punjab, organized a seminar on “Bhagat Singh and his Class Struggle” at Pak Tea House, Lahore. The RSF delegation participated in the seminar and paid tribute to the revolutionary leader. Comrade Dr. Tahir Shabbir also presented a detailed article on the life of Bhagat Singh at the seminar.
On the 91st death anniversary of Bhagat Singh, Raj Guru and Sukh Dev, a delegation of “The Struggle” visited the ancestral home of Comrade Bhagat Singh and paid homage to the revolutionary martyr.
Comrade Adeeba also sold fortnightly “The Struggle” magazine among those who came to Bhagat Singh’s house to pay homage to him.
The comrades recalled the struggle of Bhagat Singh, Raj Guru and Sukh Dev and vowed to continue it till the socialist revolution.
On 23rd March, RSF Islamabad/Rawalpindi organised a seminar to pay homage to the great revolutionaries Bhagat Singh, Raj Guru and Sukh Dev on their 91st death anniversary. The participants shed light on their resistance and vowed to continue Bhagat Singh’s struggle till the Socialist Revolution.
On the 91st death anniversary of Bhagat Singh, Raj Guru and Sukh Dev, a meeting was organized at the Muzaffarabad JKNSF office on the topic, ‘Partition of the Subcontinent’, and the participants pledged to continue Bhagat Singh’s struggle till the Socialist Dawn. Only that will amount to a true tribute to his struggle.
A seminar on “Struggle of Youth and Workers in the Subcontinent” was organized by the JKNSF on the 91st death anniversary of Bhagat Singh, Raj Guru and Sukh Dev.
On the 91st death anniversary of Bhagat Singh to pay him and his comrades tribute a seminar was organized by JKNSF on the “Revolutionary struggle of Bhagat Singh and the Partition of the Subcontinent”.
A seminar was organized on the occasion of the 91st anniversary of Bhagat Singh, Sikh Dev and Raj Guru, in which a session was held on the biopic, “The Legend of Bhagat Singh”, and the revolutionary struggle of Bhagat Singh was discussed.