why does the poet provoke the reader to speak up?
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The poet provokes his countrymen to speak up because they are enslaved by British. But their hearts are also enslaved. Hence he tells them that they still own their mouths, bodies and words and they are free to use them against rulers. No one can take away this freedom from us until we die. Hence they should leave no stone unturned to struggle against British.