This tree has been imprisoned in Pakistan for 123 years, know what is the reason behind this? - Newztezz Online


Monday, March 8, 2021

This tree has been imprisoned in Pakistan for 123 years, know what is the reason behind this?

Till date you have seen only humans and animals being imprisoned, but today we are going to tell you about a tree, which has been kept in chains for hundreds of years. 
Yes, there is a tree that has been 'arrested' for not one or two but for the entire 118 years.

This tree is planted in the Landi Kotal Army of Pakistan. There is a very interesting story behind his arrest. Now the question must be arising in your mind that why would anyone arrest the tree? If there is more problem, then we will cut down the tree. But due to the stubbornness of an English jailer, this tree was 'arrested' and it is still holding huge chains till date.

The story of 1898

This is at a time when Pakistan was also a part of our country and this country, called the golden bird, was a slave of the British. In the year 1898, a British officer, James Squad, was walking. He was roaming in the park drunk. When James passed by a banyan tree located there, he felt that the banyan tree was coming towards him. Seeing such a huge tree coming towards him, the squads were horrified and immediately ordered the soldiers to arrest the tree. The soldiers tied the tree to the chain, obeying their officer and since then this tree has been arrested.

Even today, these trees imprisoned in chains

Time passed at its own pace and a country became free by dividing it into two parts, but the people there did not remove these chains from the tree. Along with this, he also hung a plank on the tree and on the plank has written 'I am Under arrest'. Till date the chains have not been removed so that the brutality of the British rule can be shown and now it is a tourist destination. Along with this, the whole anecdote is also written. However, the British left and India and Pakistan separated, but this tree still reminds us of the black law of the British rule.

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