Jallianwala Bagh Massacre, At that time there was British Empire in India. Similarly, the British carried out the jallianwala bagh massacre as part of their repressive policy.
The jallianwala bagh massacre took place on 13 April 1919. The incident which General Dyer sent to India under the plan of the British Empire implemented Rowlatt Act in India.
He was a cruel type of person and was known for his cruelty. On 13 April, there was a political meeting in jallianwala bagh. In which large number of people had gathered in the garden. The garden was surrounded by high walls and it had only one entrance, there was no other gate.
The meeting was going on peacefully at the same time, General Dyer arrived there with his soldiers. That there is a meeting going on there, then without any warning, he ordered his soldiers to start firing bullets. Followed and began to fire those unarmed innocent helpless bullets.
The helpless people started running around as already mentioned that there was only one entrance in that part and General Dyer started firing from the entrance itself. In that case, those people had no way to go out.
Some of them climbed the walls and tried to cross the section but the ruthless General Dyer commanded the soldiers as no one could go outside the garden, the soldiers roasted them with bullets. There was a well. Some people jumped into that well to save their lives.
This incident created an atmosphere of discontent in the whole country, but General Dyer was very much appreciated by the British Empire and he was sent to London by promotion and was fueled by this incident. Udham singh decided that he will kill him.