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Major Jagjit Singh shares stories of train massacres during Partition

Major Jagjit Singh was a 21 year old living in Amritsar at the time of Partition. He witnessed the first train massacres and the general deterioration of law and order in the months leading up to Partition, in 1947. In this video he describes these scenes. Major Jagjit Singh also formed a relief committee and volunteered in the hospitals and refugee camps. For more information visit 1947PartitionArchive.org

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