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The Professor Mohan Singh Memorial Foundation can be reached at:

President: Sahib Thind

Phone:    604-375-9837

Surrey, BC, Canada

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  • Shivnath Jha

    INDIANMARTYRS.IN, a registered organisation is engaged in tracing the lineages of the forgotten heroes and martyrs of India’s freedom movement 1857-1947 for the past one decade and more. During this period we have located hundreds of such lineages living in anonymity and penury in the countryside.

    Sir, as the BLACK SUNDAY (April 13, 1919) of Jallianwala Bagh is competing 100 years, we wish to come out with a 500+ pages pictorial coffee-table book, comprising hundreds of martyrs and their living lineages (located so far) in commemoration of 100-year of Jallianwala Bagh incident soon after India completes its 72-year of Independence on August 15, 2018.

    Mrs Bharati Bagchi, the daughter of the great revolutionary late Batukeshwar Datt, who exploded a few bombs, alongwith Bhagat Singh, in the Central Legislative Assembly in New Delhi on April 8, 1928, has written on Jallianwala Bagh massacre in the book.

    Smt. Bagchi is the ONE & ONLY first line bloodline of 1857-1947 revolutionary and martyr. This book, 12 " 12" size, pictorial,​ will change the life of at least three living, but neglected, bloodlines of 1857-1947 martyrs, eighth in the series of the mission since its inception.

    It is our ardent desire and humble request to you please write at least 500 words on the it (your initiatives) including signatures of hundreds and thousands of Indians living in Canada. The signature will be accommodated in the opening of the book with some photographs, if you desires.

    We also request you please extend some financial support to the foundation for publication of the book. As these books will not be sold in the market.

    Before this your please visit google search (Shivnath Jha+1857-1947), if my work satisfies you, then only initiate any action from your part.

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  • Muhammad Kamran
    The Honorable Concern Person,

    Warm Greetings.

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  • Jessica deMello
    Hello – I am a producer for CTV hoping to set up an interview with Mr. Thind on May 18? You can reach me at 416 384 7537. Thanks
  • Mota Singh Jheeta
    Dear Sahib Thind

    I am writing to congratulate you and your team for your continuous pressure to get apology from the government of Canada in regards to the return of Komagata Maru during 1914. Although the entire South Asian community and the parliamentarians have contributed to achieve the goal of getting apology, however the efforts of your Foundation also deserves sincere appreciation. In the last but not least our sincere thanks to the Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau for fulfilling his promise to seek formal apology in the House of Commons, Ottawa on May 18th, 2016. Thank you once again.

    NB. Your interview on Radio 1550 was good and affective.

    Regards and Best Wishes.

    NB: I suggest you to compile a book on the history of getting apology by consulting the community organizations and individuals who have contributed in this regards.