Bhagat Singh's Statue Unveiled in Jehanabad

On May 10, the anniversary of the Great War of 1857, Shaheed-e Azam Bhagat Singh's statue was unveiled by Com. Dipankar in the premises of Party district office in Jehanabad. Afterwards, Comrade Ram Jatan Sharma, PB Member, inaugurated the Shaheed Bhavan; while the Martyrs’ Column with names of comrades killed in struggles in Jehanabad was unveiled by Comrade Dipankar. In memory of martyrs, flag hoisting was performed by old Party activist Com. Ram Krit Mochi. The Martyrs column contains 444 names.

People assembled in very large numbers and came not only with flags-festoons and banners, but even with drums and other musical instruments. Thus the programme turned into a huge people’s festival. Around two thousand people participated from Jehanabad city alone.
Before commencement of the mass meeting, families of martyrs were felicitated. Comrades Nand Kishore Prasad, Secretary Bihar State Committee, Kunal, CC Member, Raja Ram Singh, President, All India Kisan Sangharsh Samiti, Pawan Sharma, State President AIALA, Kamlesh Sharma and Mahanand, State Committee Members also addressing the masses on this occasion. The meeting was presided over by Com. Ramadhar Singh.

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