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April 26, 1961 Day of death Last Ruler Of State Jammu & Kashmir: Maharaja Hari Singh King Of Kaashmir


April 26, 1961 Day of death Maharaja Hari Singh

Today is April 26. Exactly 60 years ago today, on this day, the last ruler of the state of Jammu and Kashmir and Aqsa Tibetah, Maharaja Hari Singh, passed away. Maharaja Hari Singh was born on September 23, 1895, in the house of Raja Amar Singh, younger brother of Maharaja Pratap Singh, in Amar Mahal, Jammu. He was the only son of Amar Singh. All his other brothers died in infancy. Maharaja Hari Singh received his early education from Jammu according to the royal constitution. In 1903, Maharaja Hari Singh was succeeded by Lord Curzon, Viceroy of the subcontinent.

 At the same time, he performed the duty of Page of Honor in the Delhi Darbar and learned the etiquette of British rule and government codes and endowments. Hari Singh was sent to Mayo College, Ajmer at the age of 13. After the death of his father Amar Singh in 1909, Major HK Barar, a British officer, was appointed his guardian. From Major Barar, Maharaja Hari Singh learned justice, democratic ideals, and love of country. After graduating from Mayo College, Hari Singh received military training from British Imperial Cadet College, Dera Dun. In 1915, he was appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Jammu and Kashmir Army. given. Hari Singh is accused of being a womanizer and a waste of money and luxury. But opponents are unable to provide any evidence of these allegations. Opponents call Mr. A Hari Singh in a 1924 court case in which Mr. A was accused. (Readers can decide for themselves what the allegations are). The expenses incurred in the last rites of Maharaja Pratap Singh are presented as evidence in the charge of luxury and wasteful spending. (I leave the decision to the readers). Maharaja Pratap Singh did not have any children of his own, so after the death of Maharaja Pratap Singh in 1925, Hari Singh ascended the throne of Jammu and Kashmir and Aqsa Tibet. His coronation took place on his thirtieth birthday on September 23, 1925. In his first speech after taking over the administration of the state, Hari Singh made a historic announcement that he was born in a Hindu house but his religion should be just after today. Maharaja Hari Singh made primary education compulsory in the state, banned child marriages, and opened places of worship for people of all castes. He established an elected parliament to hold elections in the state and established the state’s own judicial system. But their greatest achievement is the launch of the rule of law state.

 These laws molded the state of Jammu and Kashmir and Aqsa Tibet into a nation-state, banned foreigners from building properties within the state, and allocated state jobs, benefits, and resources to the people of the state. Hari Singh State of Jammu Kashmir and Aqsa are the creators of the Tibetan concept of sovereignty. He tried his best to keep the state independent and sovereign in 1947, but all his efforts and struggles were thwarted by the conspiracies of the British government and the state politicians being sold out by India and Pakistan. But in spite of the extremely unfavorable conditions, Hari Singh tied Pakistan to a standing agreement and India to a conditional temporary accession agreement. If Hari Singh had not ruled the state in 1947, the state of Jammu and Kashmir and Aqsa Tabetha, like the other 563 states of the subcontinent, would have been wiped out today. The survival of the state of Jammu and Kashmir and its existence and identity Hari Singh’s head. Hari Singh’s determination to maintain the independence of the state and its identity was so strong and unshakable that despite all efforts in Hari Singh’s life, India could not constitutionally abolish the post of President and Prime Minister of the state. And in Hari Singh’s life, Hari Singh’s son Karan Singh, as the state president, did not dare to sign any law that would have cast any doubt on the separate existence of the state.

 The state of Jammu and Kashmir This great leader and the last ruler of the Dogra period passed away on April 26, 1961, and with his death, the struggle to make the state of Jammu and Kashmir an independent and sovereign country came to an end. Continuing this great journey of sovereignty which was started by Maharaja Hari Singh, I expect him to resolutely resist every conspiracy to assassinate the leader of his caravan to the real side of Hari Singh’s personality. We will not spare a single minute in bringing it forward. Of course, the journey of truth will continue without any fear or apprehension.

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