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JD(U) Demands Bhagat Singh's Monument

A demand was created in the Rajya Sabha to establish a monument in Parliament House at the place where Bhagat Singh had thrown bombs internal the Central Legislative Assembly in 1929. Creating the demand during Zero Hour, KC Tyagi (JD-U) said there should be a memorial in place to remember the bomb throwing peripheral by Bhagat Singh, which is an essential event in India's freedom attempt.

He also requested that there should be a one-minute silence as a score of honor to the freedom fighter who set down his life at a young age. Tyagi also requested how Bhagat Singh craved early death be given to him, as he said the freedom struggle was associated with him and feared that being a human being he could commit some error which could discolouration his image.

Bhagat Singh, at a young age of 23 years, along with Batukeshwar Dutt drives two bombs within the Central Legislative Assembly on April 8, 1929, from the Visitor's Gallery. As smoke from the bomb filled the Hall, they yelled "Inquilab Zindabad" and rained leaflets which claimed that the act was finished to debate the Trade Disputes and the Public Safety Bill being conferred in the Central Assembly.

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