the poet addresses the reader to come up with the truth. How does he do so?
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Truth, in the poem, is the anger in the hearts of Indians against British Rule. But this anger has been suppressed by them. The poet asks them (his countrymen) to look into their hearts which is burning with the flames of anger. They should use this anger to speak up and this break the chains of British. This is the only way to achieve the independence.