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The Hanging Of Bhagat Singh - The Banned Literature Vol 4 - Book By Dr. Gurdev Singh Sidhu
From The Backcover Of 'The Hanging Of Bhagat Singh - The Banned Literature Vol 4' By Dr. Gurdev Singh Sidhu
Present volume is the fourth in the series "Hanging of Bhagat Singh." First volume comprises of Judgements and related documents, second covers the proceedings of the Lahore Conspiracy Case and third volume comprises the exhibits and documents produced by the prosecution before the Tribunal which include the confessions of the approvers and other documents.
Bhagat Singh's name became synonymous with the independence struggle. His martyrdom produced a large number of literature which was promptly banned by the British Government, which in many cases was knee jerk reaction of a startled Government which was being increasingly overwhelmed by the Freedom movement. Dr. Sidhu's research on the subject has brought out startling facts. It prove that Bhagat Singh was popular not only in the northern part of the country, rather whole of the Indian hemisphere vibrated with his name. He has been successful in locating 153 publications on Bhagat Singh which were proscribed by the Provincial Governments of Ajmer & Marwad, Bengal, Bihar & Orissa, Bombay, Burma, Central Provinces, Delhi, Madras, Punjab and United Provinces of British India. He believes that more such publications may be lying buried somewhere in the remote corners of mislkhanas. Proscribed publications included in the volume are in ten Indian languages, besides English. These languages include Gujarati, Sindhi, Marathi Tamil, Telugu and Kanarese. The tragedy is that the texts of most of these publications are not available and these notification as the only source of their text. Even in many cases, the reviews or the comments of the Government officials recommending proscription of these publications are also missing. However, with great efforts he succeeded in collecting English translations of texts in whole or in part, considered objectionable by the then authorities in respect of fifty publications, which are included in the volume.