Bhagat Singh turned into an Indian socialist
progressive activist at some stage in India’s freedom motion. He became
acknowledged for his tremendous violence against British authorities for the
duration of colonial time. Bhagat Singh was well known as the warrior of the
Indian independence movement, but his popularity and his sins became the
purpose of his execution at the age of 23. Bhagat Singh was blamed for the
death of a 21-year-old British police officer, John Saunders in Lahore, British
India, mistaken Saunders, who was on probation, for British police, their main
target was James Scott, believed to be guilty for the death of an Indian
nationalist leader Lala Lajpat Rai, by executing baton charge which led to a
death of Rai by heart attack. Critics believe that the God of India (Mahatma Gandhi)
could have saved Bhagat Singh and his fellow leader’s lives by choosing to
intervene. Mahatma Gandhi was the father of India for his glorify triumph over
not just non-violence but over revolutionaries too. He held so many marches
boycotting British goods to enfeeble their root in India and ultimately turning
over the biggest Democracy in the World so-called “Bharat” back in 1947.

            Gandhi’s
failure to prevent the execution of three warriors stranded him in the middle
of the frozen lake with surrounded by the cynic and had to face shouting
slogans of “Gandhi go back” in the Karachi session of the Congress. Fellow
revolutionary and critic of Gandhi said “Gandhi evaluate it moral to place
government pressure on the people for prohibition yet he considered it immoral
to put people’s pressure on the foreign government to prevent Bhagat Singh’s
execution. Well written in the biography of Bhagat Singh that Gandhi is guilty
of Singh’s execution. A book stating that “Gandhi singly could have intruded
effectively to prevent this tragedy from happening yet stood up to his
ideology. Gandhi was aware of the outcomes that youngster and people will be
furious about his effort to save the warrior Bhagat Singh. Leftish Scholar also
bitterly attack Mahatma Gandhi over Bhagat Singh’s execution. Besides, the
capital punishment would naturally glorify the revolutionaries and universalize
the ideals repressed the revolutionary cruelty and thereby it will be a
tactical hitch in his fight with the forces preferring the use of cruelty
against the army in the battle of Swaraj. If Gandhi had gain victory over
preventing the execution of Bhagat Singh, Raj Guru, and Sukhdev, it would have
marked the triumph of non-violence over violence and virtuous win of Gandhi
over revolutionaries.

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            He
had faith ineffectiveness of non-violence and vanity of violence. He presented
non-violence as critical over ending the Swarajya. Gandhi had no doubts on
patriotic impulse but he was against their way of implementing in the public. Gandhi
wrote: “The assassin is quite convinced in his mind that it was the betterment
of this country, but it is difficult to contrast between what good
assassination can result in, whenever assassination has taken place, they have
turned into violent than good. Gandhi being more mature and experienced person,
he knew that their main target should not be the British government but it
should be the Colonial system. Bhagat Singh and his fellow activist
misunderstood the target and were battling to ruling power instead of the
colonialism system, that’s where Gandhi’s experience comes in handy to take
down the system and put the period to colonialism. 

leading to a tense event on March 23rd,
1931, after the dismissal of the petition of the special leave to appeal in the
privy council has been gone, it became vivid that only the Gandhi’s
intervention could have saved the revolutionary trio whether by non-violence or
by force. Gandhi was known for his words “Freedom of a nation cannot be won by
solitary acts of heroism even though they may be the right of way, never by
heroism so called.” According to article about Gandhi’s approach for Singh
clearly tells the reader that Gandhi was opposed to any kind of violence
whether it be violence justified by law, prison sentence, and capital
punishment. He further emphasizes the fact that “I cannot in all conscience
agree to anyone being sent to gallows, much less a brave man like Bhagat
Singh.” 

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