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Bhagat Singh was anti-caste

The British hanged Bhagat Singh and his friends but not their thoughts. Today, there have been attempts to erase their thoughts, writes Mohandas Nemishrai on their martyrdom day

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About The Author

Mohandas Nemishrai

Mohandas Nemishrai, the editor of the well-know Dalit magazine Bayan, is counted among top Dalit litterateurs. Besides poems, short stories and novels, he has written many books on literary criticism.

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