Tatya Tope's relatives run basic food item shop, Udham Singh's decreased to every day wage workers
Indeed, even as the country praises its 74th Independence Day on Saturday, the relatives of the overlooked legends of the opportunity development keep on living in unfortunate conditions.
A portion of the relatives of our saints are diminished to performing humble occupations for negligible wages, while a couple are for all intents and purposes asking in the city.
Jeet Singh, the incredible fantastic nephew of saint Udham Singh, was spotted almost a building site in Punjab's Sangrur area. Jeet Singh has been filling in as a day by day wage worker.
Udham Singh went to London in 1940 and killed Michael O'Dwyer, the then Lieutenant Governor of Punjab, to retaliate for the slaughter of Jallianwala Bagh.
The saint's family has been confronting outrageous neediness. Notwithstanding, ensuing governments in Punjab didn't deal with the family.
Essentially, the relatives of Tatya Tope, one of the saints of the 1857 disobedience, have been battling in Bithoor, Kanpur.
"I discovered Tatya's extraordinary grandson, Vinayak Rao Tope, running a little basic food item shop in Bithur. I likewise found Anita Bose, incredible fantastic little girl in-law of saint Satyendranath Bosu, living in regrettable condition in Midnapore," said Shivnath Jha, a previous columnist who has composed four books on the bloodlines of in excess of 73 overlooked legends of the Indian opportunity development.
Satyendranath Bosu and Khudiram Bose were associated with the Alipore bomb case. Both were hanged in 1908. While Satyendranath was 26, Khudiram was only 18 years of age when he was hanged by the Britishers.
"We followed Satyendranath's laid up extraordinary grandson who was in his mid 80s and in an immobile condition. We addressed Anita Bose, who had the option to chat. Presently we are attempting to restore this old couple," said Jha, who prior gathered Rs 5 lakh for Vinayak Rao Tope.
Jeet Singh was likewise given budgetary help.
Jha and his companions run a NGO and distribute books enumerating the living relatives of political dissidents. Their association is concocting another 800-page pictorial book "1857-1947 Martyrs' Bloodlines" that is probably going to be introduced to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The book contains pictorial subtleties of living relatives of the Queen of Jhansi, Jaspal Singh (Babu Kunwar Singh president), Wajid Ali Shah, Mangal Pandey, Jabardast Khan, Tatya Tope, Bahadur Shah Zafar, Durga Singh, Surendra Sai, Udham Singh, Ashfaqullah Khan, Khudiram Bose, Bhagat Singh, Satyendra Nath Bosu, Chandra Shekhar Azad, Ram Prasad Bismil, Raj Guru, Sukhdev, Batukeshwar Datt, Jatindranath Mukherjee or Bagha Jatin, Kushal Konwar, Sachindra Nath Sanyal and some more.
Other than helping the descendents of Udham Singh and Tatya Tope, the association has prevailed with regards to restoring the descendents of Bahadur Shah Zafar and Ram Prasad, who were driving an existence of hardship, in spite of the current government projects to help the groups of political dissidents.
Paying accolade for the overlooked progressives and saints who opposed the domineering British principle and laid their lives for the homeland does exclude posting cites, garlanding photographs or making a biopics about the saints, Jha stated, including that, "We wish to welcome a grin on their faces, we wish to perform relationships of their girls, we wish to give them monetary help to send their youngsters to class. This will be a genuine accolade."