India will never forget the day of April 13, 1919, when the peace-seeking generals were bombarded by those who sought peaceful independence. More than 400 people were killed in this heinous massacre, including women and children. More than 2000 people were injured in this incident. The general who played this death orgy in Jallianwala Bagh was named General O Dyer.
On 13 April, in Jallianwala Bagh, near the Golden Temple in Amritsar, on the day of Baisakhi, the British united to oppose the Rowlatt Act. It was a peaceful gathering, in which many people gathered. Jallianwala Bagh was surrounded by houses from all sides. There was only one thin lane to come and go here. At the time when the gathering was taking place here and the people were listening to others peacefully, then General Dyer reached there with his troops. He had stopped all the routes to get out of here. The attention of the people was slowly going towards him.
The soldiers were taking their positions with rifles one by one behind the people sitting in Jallianwala Bagh. Suddenly, all the soldiers targeted the people. As soon as Dyer uttered the fire, the soldiers working under the English rule opened the mouth of their rifle and as soon as they saw it, there was death. People were running here and there to save their lives. People had jumped into the well in Jallianwala Bagh to save their lives. But his price was not good. It is said that this well was buried with corpses.