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Published in the 16-30 Nov 2004 print edition of MG; send me the print edition

Dr Saifuddin Kichloo 

Saifuddin Kichloo (d. 1963), a great freedom fighter, was born in Amritsar in 1888. He studied law in England and Germany. After completion of his studies, he started practicing law in Amritsar and became a close associate of Gandhiji and took active part in the Satyagrah movement in 1919. After the Jalianwala Bagh massacre, Martial Law Commission sentenced him to life imprisonment but later he was released due to popular pressure. He gave up the law practice for the sake of Khilafat movement and Congress agitation and joined Gandhiji’s non-cooperation movement. In the famous Karachi conspiracy case he was again imprisoned.

He spent his whole life as a freedom fighter and took part in all movements and spent 14 long years in British jails. As a barrister, he fought the cases of freedom fighters of Meerut and Delhi who were accused of conspiring against the colonial rulers. He was the founder of All India Peace Council and also the vice-president of the World Peace Council. His untiring efforts for peace were acknowledged by the whole world. He was the first Indian who was awarded Stalin Prize for peace in 1954 but he donated the entire amount of the award Rs 125,000 for the movement of peace.

He devoted his whole life for the country’s freedom and sacrificed all his property and wealth for it. He was compelled by circumstances to live in a rented house. After Independence he did not long for any post. He actively worked as a servant of the country till his death.

This great and selfless leader died in Delhi on 19 October 1963. He sacrificed everything for the sake of the country without seeking anything in return.

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