Life and Ideas of Revolutionary Bhagat Singh and his Associates

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Saturday, June 2, 2012

Letter of Shaheed Ashfaq Ullah Khan to Sister of a Copatriot Sh Sachinder Nath Bakshi

 A letter written by Ashfaq Ullah Khan 'Warsi' to his comrade, Sachinder Nath Bakshi's sister three days before his martyrdom

Condemned Cell
Faizabad Jail
My dear didi

I am going to the next-world, where there is no worldly pains and there would not have to struggle for a better life. Where, there will have death or mortality. I am not going to die but going to live forever. After comrade Bakshi's release, say my love with regards to him and tell him that I breathed last with a firm mind and cheerful heart. The last day is Monday. If you could get an opportunity, you may have interview for the last. If circumstances are not favourable then I depart from all of you forever. Accept my last Bande.... let me pass away. You will come to know afterwards that how I die. May God be with you, with all His blessings. My B.C.1 to Baba2 and love to Savetri3, Gaur4, Kanoo6 and other children and Bandey7 to Nepal8. B.C. to all my elders and love to the youngers. It is my desire to see you all once more in my life. You may come if possible. I think of God and feel not for me. Let Bakshi know about me. I regard you as my sister and you would not forget me. Be cheerful I am dying like Heroes.
Md. Ashfaq Ullah Khan 'Warsi'
B.C. to all

My Dear Didi
c/o Mr. Kalidas Bakshi
f/o S.N. Bakshi
Mohalla Pataleshar
1 Bandey Charan
2 Father of Sachinder Nath Bakshi
3 Daughter of eldest sister of Sachinder Nath Bakshi
4 to 6 Sons of eldest sister of Sachinder Nath Bakshi
7 Bandey Matram
8 Younger brother of Sachinder Nath Bakshi

Shaheed Bhagat Singh's Letter to Sister of Sh B K Dutt

    Stamped 17 July1930                                Central Jail
Dear Sister,
    Yesterday Battu himself wrote a letter informing you not to come here till you receive his letter. Battu was transferred yester night to some other jail. Upto this time we are quite in dark about his destination.Anyhow I would earnestly request you not to leave Banaras for Lahore. His separation is unbearable for me too.It is only today that I feel quite perplexed and every moment has become a burden. Really it is very hard to be separated with a friend more dear than my brothers. Any how we must bear all patiently . I will request you to keep courage. Do'nt  to stress. Something good will come out of it all.
                                                      Yours    Bhagat Singh

This letter was written to Shmt Promila Devi sister of Sh Bhatukeswar Dutt  from Central Jail Lahore on his transfer from that jail. It is worth noting that the Lahore Consipiracy case was withdran against him to weaken the solidarity   of Bhagat Singh and B K Dutt . This showed the panic the two had created in the minds of British rulers, who always feared that they together can create a situation which could shake their consipiracy of disposing off the revolutionary key persons.