The Role Of Bhagat Singh Is Most Significant In The Long-Drawn Political Struggle For Swaraj A New Hero Of The Masses. The Chapters Have Deep Bearing On His Life, His Speeches And Writings, His Anti-Raj Stance, His Mobilisation Of The Comrades-In-Arms, His Legal Case And Ultimately His Death At The Gallows Along With Rajguru And Sukhdev. The Work Indeed Is A Unique Study Of The History Of Revolutionaries Which Would Benefit Social Scientists, Politicians And Students., Sri Omesh Saigal, Is A Brilliant Ias Officer And Is The Former Chief Secretary, Delhi Asministration., Content:- Preface Introduction Nation In Those Days Revolution In Blood Early Career An Eventful Youth The Bomb Incident Trials Of Bombing Case Hunger Strike Pronouncement Of Verdict Proceedings In Privy Council The National Martyr Could Gandhi Have Saved Bhagat Singh? Judging The Revolutionaries Bhagat Singh And His Comrades Left Wing Opposition And Role Of Subhas Chandra Bose The Government AdvocateS Speech JinnahS Speech In The Central Legislative Assembly On September 12 And 14, 1929 Text Of Statement Of Bhagat Singh And B.K. Dutt In The Assembly Bomb Case Government Order On The Classification Of Prisoners And Undertrials Petition Dated 20Th September, 1930 By Sardar Kishan Singh To The Special Tribunal Gandhi-Irwin Pact S. 481/31 Political Home Department Bibliography Index
IAS Omesh Saigal
Sri Omesh Saigal, is a brilliant IAS officer and is the former Chief Secretary, Delhi Asministration.