Sardar Ajit Singh Sindhu
was an Indian dissident
during the time of British rule in India. He was an early protester
in the Punjab region of India who challenged British rule
, and openly criticized the Indian colonial government. He was declared a political rebel and spent much of his life in jail.
Sardar Ajit Singh was the uncle of Sardar Bhagat Singh
Sardar Ajit Singh Sindhu was born into a military family from Punjab
. He was born at Khatkarkalan village in Jalandhar District. He studied at D.A.V. College, Lahore and later on Law College, Barreily. During this period he became intensely involved in the Indian freedom movement and left his law studies.
In 1907, he was deported to Mandalay Jail in Burma along with Lala Lajpat Rai
. After his release, he fled to Iran, rapidly developed as a centre for revolutionary activities by groups led by Sardar Ajit Singh and Sufi Amba Prasad
who had worked there since 1909. However, Ajit Singh's departure in 1911 brought... Read More