Samvad News Agency, Amritsar (Punjab) Published by: Nivedita Verma Updated Mon, 13 Sep 2021 10:29 AM IST
Senior journalist Shammi Sareen said that the portraits of freedom fighters Choudhary Bugga Mal and Mahashay Ratanchand, which were present in the Jallianwala Bagh’s Shaheedi Gallery for decades, have also been removed during the renovation. In the hearts of the British, there was a fear of Chaudhary Buggamal, a resident of Amritsar. Due to which he was already taken out of the house in the massacre on April 13 and sentenced to death. When Pandit Motilal Nehru himself lobbied for Chaudhary Buggamal, his death sentence was converted into a black water sentence. Similarly, Mahasaya Ratanchand used to work as brokerage brokers for Marwari firms during that period. In the rest of the time, he used to make the youth exercise. Their activities were also being watched by the British Government. On April 10, after the arrest of Dr. Saifuddin Kitchlew and Dr. Satyapal, the situation in the city worsened, and on April 16, Monsieur Ratanchand was also arrested.
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