Who killed General Dyer responsible for Jallianwala Bagh?
Jallianwala Bagh massacre took place on 13 April 1919. General Dyer blocked the only entrance to Jallianwala Bagh and ordered his troops to open fire on the unarmed civilians.
How Udham Singh took revenge of Jallianwala bagh massacre from General Dyer after 21 long years. Udham Singh Kamboj (Sher Singh or Sardar Udham Singh) was born on 26 December 1899, at Sunam in the Sangrur district of Punjab.
Churchill, the then Secretary of State for War, wanted Dyer to be disciplined, but the Army Council superseded by him decided to allow Dyer to resign with no plan for further punishment.
General Dyer opened fire on the gathering at Jallianwala Bagh in order to strictly enforce Martial Law prevailing that was in effect at Amritsar during the time. General Dyer also wanted to spread the message that there would be no disobedience to rule of the British colonials in India.
On March 13, 1940, Udham Singh shot General Michael O'Dwyer at Caxton Hall, London, who ordered the Jallianwala Bagh massacre.
In 1940, in retaliation for the massacre, O'Dwyer was assassinated by the Indian revolutionary Udham Singh.
General Dyer passed an Act on April 13, 1919, named the martial law stating that no more than 2 people can form a group and meet at a place. This act was enacted to prevent any form of a mobilised protest against the ruling authorities.
General Dyer was malignance personified. His action ensured the rapid end of the British Empire. On 13 April is the hundredth anniversary of the brutal massacre at Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar. The man responsible was a British military officer, Brigadier-General Reginald Dyer.
Dyer, without warning the crowd to disperse, blocked the main exits. Dyer ordered his troops to begin shooting toward the densest sections of the crowd in front of the available narrow exits, where panicked crowds were trying to leave the Bagh. Firing continued for approximately ten minutes.
According to dyer he did it for the moral effect on Indians. He thought that his brutal act will create fear among people so that people can stop the freedom movement.
Was General Dyer successful in his mission?
Answer. ⭕ Yes. the general Dyer was successful in his mission because his main moto was to break down the indian sripitual and wanted to break down the brotherhood between them for the betterment of British Rule. Dyer also deteriorate the Indian culture and also responsibie for the jaliya wala bagh riots in the India.
Answer: On 13 april 1919 the infamous Jallianwala Bagh incident took place. On that day a large crowd gathered in the enclosed ground of Jallianwala bagh. Being outsiders, many were unaware of the martial law that had been imposed.