Welcome Jan Nayak Ch. Devi lal
Ch. Devi Lal was born to Shugna Devi and Ch. Lekh Ram on 25 September, 1914 in Teja Khera village of Sirsa district.
Ch. Lekh Ram was a wealthy Jat landlord of Chautala village and he owned 2750 bighas of land. Ch. Devi Lal, whose original name was Devi Dayal, received education up to middle and also trained as a wrestler at an 'Akhara' in Badal village (Punjab). On Mahatma Gandhi's call, both he and his elder brother Ch Sahib Ram, left their studies unfinished to take part in the freedom movement.
For this he was sentenced to one year rigorous imprisonment and sent to Hissar jail on 8 Oct, 1930. He took part in the movement of 1932 and was kept in Sadar Delhi Thana.
About Jagriti Manch
Devi Lal Jagriti Manch is dedicated to improving the lives of neglected children in remote communities allover the India.
Aims & Objective
To raise the voice against exploitation, injustice and corruption if found against any individual, class, community in the society.
He played an active and decisive role in the formation of Haryana as a separate state. In 1958 he was elected from Sirsa.