History of 8 April: Mangal Pandey was hanged on this day, know what else is recorded


On the day of April 8, many such important incidents are recorded, which you may not be aware of. We tell you sequentially about many such incidents recorded in history.

Everyone knows the name of Mangal Pandey, do you know, Mangal Pandey sacrificed himself on 8 April 1857 for the independence of the country. Those who fought madly for freedom like Bhagat Singh and Batukeshwar Dutt threw bombs on 8 April 1929 in the Central Assembly of Delhi.

Some important events recorded on the date of April 8 in the history of the country are as follows:

1857 Mangal Pandey, a soldier of the Barrackpore Regiment, was hanged for instigating a revolt against the British government.

1894 Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay, author of the national song Bande Mataram of India, died in Calcutta.

1929 Revolutionaries Bhagat Singh and Batukeshwar Dutt threw bombs in Delhi Assembly Hall and arrested.

1950 Liaquat-Nehru Agreement between India and Pakistan.

1973 Spanish painter Pablo Picasso died. He is considered to be possibly the most effective painter of the 20th century.

2013 Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher died in London. She was the first woman Prime Minister of any European country, not just Great Britain

2020 Corona infected cases cross 5,700, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said a situation like 'social emergency'

People of Buddhism in Japan celebrate this day as the birthday of Lord Buddha.