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Dhingra's Statement Appears outside England

The Police had stolen and hidden the statement prepared by Dhingra. When Dhingra asked them to read it in the court they pretended as if they knew nothing about it. Savarkar came to know of it. He had a copy of the statement. An idea struck Savarkar. 'I must do something to get this historic statement published in all the papers of important countries before Madanlal breathes his  last. That will give him some consolation at the time of his death', he thought.

Savarkar called a revolutionary friend of his called Gyan Chand Varma and told him to get the statement printed in all the important papers of European countries. Gyan Chand Varma took it and went to Paris secretly. There he printed thousands of copies of the statement.

He sent it to the leading newspapers of several important countries like Germany, Italy and America.

‘The Daily News’ was an important newspaper published from London. An English friend of Savarkar’s was working in the ‘Daily News’. While the paper was being printed at night, he inserted Dhingra’s statement; no one else knew what he was doing. So on the 16th of August, a day before Dhingra’s death, the statement appeared in the ’Daily News. Dhingra was overjoyed when he came to know of it. He danced for joy inside the jail.

The following is the gist of Dhingra’s statement:

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