Dharam Singh Hayatpur

Dharam Singh Hayatpur

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Dharam Singh Hayatpur (or Hiatpur) (1884 – 27 February 1926) was a prominent member of the Sikh political and religious group the Babbar Akali Movement in India. In 1926 he was sentenced to life imprisonment for his activities by a British imperial Sessions Court but this sentence was raised on appeal by the High Court and he was hanged. Dharam Singh Hayatpur and 5 other men's struggle also had an impact on Bhagat Singh in which his article, "Blood Sprinkled on the Day of Holi Babbar Akalis on the Crucifix" shows admiration for the men and highlights their cause.

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