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Batukeshwar Dutt
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జననం(1910-11-18) 1910 నవంబరు 18
Kanpur, British India[1]
మరణం1965 జూలై 20 (1965-07-20)(వయసు 54)
New Delhi, India
జాతీయతIndian
సంస్థHindustan Socialist Republican Association, Naujawan Bharat Sabha
ప్రసిద్ధులుIndian freedom fighter

బటుకేశ్వర దత్ About this sound pronunciation  1900 ల ప్రాంతంలో భారత స్వాతంత్ర్య సమరయోధుడు.[2] ఆయన భగత్ సింగ్ తో పాటు సెంట్రల్ లెజిస్లేటివ్ అసెంబ్లీలో ఏప్రిల్ 8,1929 న బాంబులు కురిపించిన వ్యక్తిగా సుపరిచితుడు. ఆ తర్వాత ఆయన అరెస్టు కాబడ్డాడు మరియు జీవిత ఖైదును అనుభవించాడు. ఆయన జైలులో రాజకీయ ఖైదీల సౌకర్యాలు, హక్కుల విషయంలో చారిత్రాత్మకమైన సత్యాగ్రహాన్ని నిర్వహించాడు.[3]ఆయన హిందుస్థాన్ సోషలిస్ట్ రిపబ్లికన్ అసోసియేషన్ కు సభ్యులుగా కూడా ఉన్నారు.

జీవిత విశేషాలు[మార్చు]

Batukeshwar Dutt, also known as B. K. Dutt, Battu and Mohan, son of Goshtha Bihari Dutt, a Brahmin, was born on 18 November, 1910 in a village Oaria in Burdwan district; police station :khandaghosh nearest busstop: khajurhati :, and also lived in Khanda and Mausu in Burdwan district in Bengal. He graduated from P.P.N. High School in Kanpur. He was a close associate of freedom fighters such as Chandrashekhar Azad and Bhagat Singh. He met Bhagat Singh in Kanpur in 1924. He learned about making bomb while working for the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association in Kanpur.

1929 లో అసెంబ్లీ పై బాంబ్ పేలుడు ఉదంతం[మార్చు]

To subdue the rise of revolutionaries like Bhagat Singh in the country, the British government decided to implement the Defence of India Act 1915, which gave the police a free hand.[4] Influenced by a French anarchist who bombed the French Chamber of Deputies,[5] Singh proposed to the HSRA his plan to explode a bomb inside the Central Legislative Assembly, which was agreed to. Initially it was decided that Batukeshwar Dutt and Sukhdev would plant the bomb while Bhagat Singh would travel to the USSR.[5] However later the plan was changed. He entrusted Dutt to plant the bomb.[5] On 8 April 1929, Singh and Dutt threw two bombs inside the assembly rushing from Visitor's Gallery. The smoke from the bomb filled the Hall and they shouted slogans of "Inquilab Zindabad!" (Hindi-Urdu: "Long Live the Revolution!") and showered leaflets.[6][7][8] The leaflet claimed that the act was done to oppose the Trade Disputes and the Public Safety Bill being presented in the Central Assembly and the death of Lala Lajapath Rai.[9] Few sustained injuries in the explosion but there were no deaths; Singh and Dutt claimed that the act was intentional.[10] Singh and Dutt were arrested,[10] as planned.[11][12]

The Tribune reported the incident as:

When Mr Patel from India got up to give his ruling on the Public Safety Bill, two bombs were thrown from a gallery near the seat of George Schuster. The whole House was dispersed in the panic caused. Seorge Schuster and B. Dalal were injured while few other members received minor injuries. Bhagat Singh and Dutt were arrested by the British.

Ten minutes later the Assembly got reassembled. The Chamber was filled with smoke. Mr Patel adjourned the House till next Thursday. A red pamphlet "Hindustan Socialist Republican Army" signed by Bal Raj, Hony. Chief, was thrown into the blazing fire.

The police locked the Council House and prevented the movement of the visitors. J. Simon was also in the President's Gallery when the bomb fell. Sir G. Schuster, Sir B. Dalal, Mr Raghavendra Rao and Mr Shanker Rao were among the injured.

Butukeswara Datta from Bengal and Bhagat Singh from the Punjab were arrested.[13]

Trial[మార్చు]

Along with his comrades Bhagat Singh and Sukhdev Thapar, Batukeshwar Dutt was tried in the Central Assembly Bomb Case, and was sentenced in 1929 to life imprisonment by the Sessions Judge of Delhi under Section 307 of the Indian Penal Code & Section 4 of the Explosive Substances Act. He was deported to the Cellular Jail, Andaman and Nicobar Islands.[14]

చివరి రోజులు[మార్చు]

After his release from prison Batukeshwar Dutt contracted tuberculosis. He nonetheless participated in the Quit India Movement of Mahatma Gandhi and was again jailed for four years. He was lodged in Motihari Jail (In Champaran district of Bihar). After India gained independence, he married Anjali in November 1947. It is sad that independent India did not accord him any recognition, and he spent his remaining life in penury away from political limelight, a forgotten hero. Batukeshwar Dutt outlived all his comrades and died on 20 July 1965 in the AIIMS in Delhi after his long illness. He was cremated in Hussainiwala near Firozepur in Punjab where the bodies of his comrades Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev were also cremated many years ago. He was survived by his only daughter, Mrs. Bharti Bagchi, in Patna where his house was situated in the Jakkanpur area.

Trivia[మార్చు]

The B.K. Dutt Colony in New Delhi located on a prime location opposite Safdarjung Airport and adjacent to Jor Bagh is named after Batukeshwar Dutt death in AIIMS. This is the nearest private residential colony near to AIIMS in NDMC area.

పుస్తకం[మార్చు]

Famous writer Anil Verma (Judge) wrote a book "Batukeshwar Dutt: Bhagat Singh ke Sahyogi" released on Dutt's birth centenary. It was published by Govt. of India's publication, National Book Trust,it is the first book published on Batukeshwar Dutt in any language.

ఇవి కూడా చూడండి[మార్చు]

మూలాలు[మార్చు]

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  2. Śrīkr̥shṇa Sarala (1999). Indian Revolutionaries: A Comprehensive Study, 1757-1961. Ocean Books. pp. 110–. ISBN 978-81-87100-18-8. Retrieved 11 July 2012.
  3. Bhagat Singh Documents Hunger-strikers' Demands
  4. "Defence of India Act". Encyclopædia Britannica. Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. Retrieved 28 October 2011.
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  7. "Bhagat Singh Remembered". Daily Times (Pakistan). Retrieved 28 October 2011. Cite web requires |website= (help)
  8. "Leaflet was thrown in the Central Assembly Hall, New Delhi at the time of the throwing voice bombs". Letter, Writings and Statements of Shaheed Bhagat Singh and his Copatriots. Shahid Bhagat Singh Research Committee, Ludhiana. Retrieved 29 October 2011.
  9. Singh & Hooja 2007, p. 137
  10. 10.0 10.1 "Full Text of Statement of S. Bhagat Singh and B.K. Dutt in the Assembly Bomb Case". Letter, Writings and Statements of Shaheed Bhagat Singh and his Copatriots. Shahid Bhagat Singh Research Committee, Ludhiana. Retrieved 29 October 2011.
  11. "The Trial of Bhagat Singh". India Law Journal. Retrieved 11 October 2011.
  12. Lal, Chaman (11 April 2009). "April 8, 1929: A Day to Remember". Mainstream. Retrieved 14 December 2011.
  13. "Bomb explosion in Assembly". The Tribune. India. 9 April 1929. Retrieved 14 December 2011.
  14. R. V. R. Murthy (1 January 2011). Andaman and Nicobar Islands: A Saga of Freedom Struggle. Gyan Publishing House. pp. 176–. ISBN 978-81-7835-903-8.