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Dharam Singh Hayatpur or Dharam Singh Hiatpur (1884 - 27 February 1926)[1] was a prominent member of the Sikh political and religious group the Babbar Akali Movement in India. In 1926 he was sentenced to life imprisonment for his activities by a British imperial Sessions Court but this sentence was raised on appeal by the High Court and he was hanged.[2] Dharam Singh Hayatpur and 5 other men's struggle also had an impact on Bhagat Singh in which his article, "Blood Sprinkled on the Day of Holi Babbar Akalis on the Crucifix"[3] shows admiration for the men and highlights their cause.

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