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The revolutionaries of Bajna were caught many times, sent to jail, were subjected to various kinds of torture, but they did not accept slavery and continued to fight with the British.
Bajna, a town situated between Aligarh and Mathura, whose soil gave such fighters who left no stone unturned to liberate the country, although this area comes in Mathura district, but if we talk about the distance, then it is more than Aligarh. is near. The earth sons of this Bajna had suffocated the British. The revolutionaries here were caught many times, sent to jail, were subjected to various kinds of torture, but they did not accept slavery and continued the struggle against the British government, in this special series of Tv9, today we know some such people of freedom. about…
Freedom Fighter Mr. Karan Singh
Born in Jharalia village of Bajna region, Karan Singh participated in many movements for India’s independence, including the Non-Cooperation Movement, Quit India Movement, and was arrested by the British in the year 1942. He remained in jail for about 9 months and was fined Rs 500. At that time 500 rupees used to be a huge amount. Karan Singh was a farmer by profession, according to his grandson Lalit Pramukh, because of his active role in the freedom movement, people in the area knew him as Munshi ji.
Freedom Fighter Chiranji Lal Sharma
Born in Chandpur Kalan village of Bajna region, Chiranji Lal Sharma was associated with the Congress, because of his active participation in the freedom movement, the British arrested him and kept him in Mathura jail for three months. According to Siyaram, nephew of Chiranjilal Sharma, once Chiranji Lal was also in jail in Delhi. He was a farmer by profession and also used to sing bhajans, due to which he was known as Rasik in the area.
Freedom Fighter Mr. Jugal Kishore
Jugal Kishore took part in the Satyagraha movement, he was born in Chandpur Kalan village of Bajra district. Due to his participation in the Satyagraha movement, the British kept him in Mathura jail for six months. He was a farmer by profession, his son Udai Singh told that after independence, Jugal Kishore contested the election from the Mont Assembly on the ticket of Socialist Party, however could not win.
Freedom Fighter Nanak Chandra Sharma
This Lal of Bajna had participated in the Jail Bharo movement. At the age of 16, the British sent him to jail twice, both times he was returned from Agra jail due to his young age. Nanak Chandra was a farmer by profession, but he also had knowledge of Hindi, English and Urdu, according to Arvind Sharma, the grandson of Nanak Chandra, he had also taken a diploma related to eye treatment from Jhansi.
Freedom Fighter Mr. Dalchand
Born in Marhaila of Bajna, the self. Dalchand took part in the non-cooperation movement. He spent six months in jail in Mathura, during which he gained 23 pounds and was fined Rs 200 as a punishment. He has been one of the best wrestlers in the area. The special thing is that he was also the chief unopposed for 10 consecutive years, according to his son Kishan Singh, Dalchandra was a close friend of Lokmani Sharma.
Freedom Fighter Ram Singh Mahasaya
Born in Sankargarhi village of Bajna area, Ram Singh Mahasaya took part in the Jail Bharo movement, his grandson Premveer Singh told that he had to spend 6 months in jail for participating in the movement, Ram Singh, who belongs to a farmer family. Monsieur had studied up to Intermediate. After independence, he remained active as a social worker.
Freedom Fighter Mr. Pt. Lok Mani Sharma
Lokmani Sharma, a resident of Pachhara village in Bajra area, first went to jail in 1941-42, Pt Sharma, who was sent to jail for participating in the freedom movement, had to stay in jail for a year at that time. 250 was also fined. According to his son Shyam Sundar Sharma, after independence, he was an MLA from Mant assembly constituency, he also wrote poems on patriotism, he died on 23 January 1998.
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