Today is the birth anniversary of immortal freedom fighter Chandra Shekhar Azad. As promised, he remained free until his last breath, shot himself when the British surrounded him in Alfred Park, thus remaining 'free' for free. The British government had never been able to catch him.
Chandra Shekhar Azad, the head of the Kakori scandal, is no stranger to Indian independent history. We all remember the story of their every sacrifice and valor. It was under the leadership of Chandra Shekhar Azad that Veer like Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, and Rajguru fought for the country's independence. He joined the freedom movement at the age of 15-16. He was sentenced to 15 lashes when he was first produced before the court.
But when every whip fell on his body, 'Vande Mataram' came out of his mouth. In the meantime, he had named the British judge as 'Azad' father's name as 'Freedom' and 'Jail' as his home. Azad was besieged by English soldiers in Alfred Park on February 27, 1931. Azad was badly injured after struggling for a long time. In the meantime, they had only one bullet left. So that he shot himself and laid down his life at the feet of Mother India, thus Chandra Shekhar remained 'free' for the ages.