Wednesday, April 13, 2011

ਵਿੱਚ ਮੌਤ ਦੀ ਵਾਛੜ ਦੇ, ਉਹ ਡਟ ਕੇ ਰਹੇ ਖੜੇ, ਸੰਗਰਾਮੀ ਪਿਰਤਾਂ ਪਾ, ਉਹ ਰਣ ਵਿੱਚ ਜੂਝ ਮਰੇ



Mata Sadan Kaur, who was more than 70 years old, was deeply involved in revolutionary democratic movement for more than two decades. She remained in the forefront in mobilizing masses against the State repression and Khalistani terrorism. She used to say, “Boys, whenever there is danger, put me in the forefront.” When Khalistani terrorists started shooting indiscriminately at Sewewala, she surged forward and said, “Dogs, why are you killing innocent persons. Before killing them, kill me” And the Khalistani terrorist were quick to retaliate. They shot her dead. Thus she died a hero’s death.


Gurjant Singh was born in an agricultural labourer’s family. He was Secretary of Kotkapura unit of Front Against Repression & Communalism and Circle level leader of Technical Services Union, the struggling organization of electricity employees. Various Khalistani organizations issued edicts to disband this organization and directed their leaders to publicly resign from their posts or face death. But the members of this organization stood like a rock defying all such threats.


The revolutionary spirt was in his blood. His family has been deeply involved in the Pepsu Tenants’ Movement (Muzara Lehar). He took to revolutionary ideology at a young age and became active in Naujwan Bharat Sabha. He was sent to jail many times during Emergency, Randhawa Agitation, and agitation against the murder of Parbati at Jaitu and faced brutal police torture. But the police repression failed to deter him from serving the people.

He was one of the most active leader of Front Against Repression & Communalism. Under his guidance, Bhagtuana became a shining example of mass resistance against repression and Khalistani terrorism. He was very popular amongst the landless and agri-laborers of the area. Since the days of Bhinderanwale, he was on the top of terrorist’s hit list. They made many unsuccessful attempts on his life. During Sewewala massacre he sacrificed his life challenging the AK-47 wielding Khalistani terrorists, with a double barrel gun.


Jagpal was State Committee member of the Front Against Repression & Communalism. His father Shri Mohinder Singh was a very brilliant and active worker of Bharti Kissan Union.

Jagpal came in the fold of revolutionary democratic movement in Punjab, when he was a college student at Rampura. He joined Punjab Students Union. When a section of the PSU led by Major Matran, took the inglorious step of making it a lackey of Khalistani terrorism, he vehemently opposed it. He became active in the Front Against Repression & Communalism, since its inception. He was shot dead by Khalistani terrorists, when he was trying to save children, from their attack.


  1. Megh Raj Bhagtuana
  2. Jagpal Singh Selbrah
  3. Mata Sadan Kaur
  4. Gurjant Singh
  5. Karam Singh
  6. Pappi
  7. Tejinder Singh
  8. Bagga Singh
  9. Buta Singh
  10. Jagseer Seera
  11. Jagdev Singh
  12. Harpal Singh
  13. Lakhbir Singh
  14. Gurdev Singh Debi
  15. Charanjit Singh
  16. Manjit Singh
  17. Makhan Singh
  18. Gurnam Singh.


  1. The memorial conferences for the Sewewala martyrs in 1991 and 1993 were historic events where 10,000 people thronged themselves in rallies chanting slogans in memory of the martyrslike a red flame reverberating in their hearts.There was great political preparation for the conferences.

    What was politically significant was the mass bastions of revolutionary resistance created by the the 'Front against Repression and Communalism' as against Individual terrorism or activities of armed squads.The struggle led by the Front agaisnt the twin monsters of State and Khalistani terrorism will be remembered for ever in the annals of revolutionary history in India.The Front gave exempelarary examples of creating people's self -defence against the fascist Khalsitani forces at various levels.Family members and shopkeepers put up resistance and the Front assisted them in building self -defence.On cannot forget the beating of the terrorists at Jaitu on April 10th.Front leaders never accepted armed licences from the Indian state and all their rallies and conferences were protected by traditional weapons.One was reminded of the protracted resistance in the Vietnam War.

  2. ਪ੍ਰਣਾਮ ਸ਼ਹੀਦਾ ਨੂੰ