On September 28th, the nation came together to commemorate the birth anniversary of one of India’s most revered and iconic freedom fighters, Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh. The day was made even more significant as Sukhvinder Singh Sukku, a prominent figure in Indian politics, paid a moving tribute to this symbol of patriotism and bravery.
Bhagat Singh, born on September 28, 1907, in Banga, Punjab, left an indelible mark on India’s struggle for independence. His unwavering courage, unyielding spirit, and dedication to the cause of freedom have continued to inspire generations of Indians.
CM Sukhvinder Singh Sukku, known for his commitment to the values of justice, equality, and freedom, chose this momentous occasion to reflect on the life and sacrifices of Bhagat Singh. He highlighted the fact that Bhagat Singh’s legacy transcends time and remains relevant even today.
In his tribute, Sukhvinder Singh Sukku emphasized how Bhagat Singh’s fearless determination to free India from colonial rule serves as a beacon of hope and a reminder of the sacrifices made by countless freedom fighters. He noted that Bhagat Singh’s unwavering belief in justice and his willingness to make the ultimate sacrifice for his country continue to inspire people to stand up for their principles.
“Sukku also stressed the importance of passing on the stories and ideals of Bhagat Singh to the younger generation, as a means to instill in them a sense of responsibility towards the nation and a deep appreciation for the freedom they enjoy today”.
Bhagat Singh’s birth anniversary serves as a powerful reminder of the sacrifices made by those who came before us to secure India’s independence. Sukhvinder Singh Sukku’s tribute not only honors the memory of Bhagat Singh but also reinforces the enduring significance of his legacy in the ongoing struggle for justice and freedom in India. As the nation pays homage to this true patriot, it is a time for all Indians to reflect on the values and principles that Bhagat Singh stood for and to recommit to upholding them in the present and future.