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Chandigarh, November 28, 2016: At the BSF’s Central School of Weapons and Tactics museum in Indore Bhagat Singh’s “pistol” was found. The legendary freedom fighter’s nephew Abhay Singh Sandhu demanded on Sunday that it should be displayed in the museum named after him at Khatkar Kalan in Punjab.

According to PTI, 58-year-old Sandhu said, “Till 1969, the pistol was lying at the Punjab Police Academy in Phillaur, Punjab. It was only recently due to the efforts of several people at various level that it was traced in the museum in Indore.”


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He further added, “A senior official of the CSWT, Indore, recently rang me up informing that the serial number and the make of the pistol were the same which had been accessed from the records and files pertaining to the martyr.”

He said that the martyr’s family demands that the pistol should be brought back and placed in the Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh Museum in Khatkar Kalan.

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He further added, “We demand that the Punjab government make efforts to bring back the pistol belonging to Shaheed Bhagat Singh. As the extension of this museum is also coming up, we demand other personal articles belonging to the Shaheed, which are lying at various other places outside the state, may also be brought and placed in this museum in Khatkar Kalan.”

He also said that Bhagat Singh’s shoes and his watch, which are in possession of a private individual in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, should be brought back as well and it should be displayed in the museum in Khatkar Kalan.

– prepared by NewsGram team with PTI inputs


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