Sunday, 16 June 2013

Indian History Material for APPSC preliminary, Indian History Material for General Studies, Indian History material for Group-1 & Group-2

Important Conspiracy Cases/ Revolutionary Act

Nasik Conspiracy Case

 Anant Kanhare & Ganesh Savarkar short dead collector Jackson of Nasik with the revolver sent by V.D. Savarkar
 Muzaffarpur Shooting 1908.

Khudi Ram & Prafulla Chaki tried to bomb Kingsford, the District Judge of Muzaffarpur but instead his wife & daughter died. Khudiram a minor was hanged & Prafulla Chaki shot himself dead.
 Delhi Conspiracy Case

When Lord Hardinge was passing through a procession celebrating the shifting of Capital to Delhi a bomb was thrown on him. 13 people were arrested. Master Amir Chand, Awadh Bihari, Bal Mukund & Basant Kumar Biswas were hanged whereas Ram Bihari Bose succeded in fleeing to Japan.
Gadar Movement 1915

 Baba Sohan Singh Bakhna (president) Lala Hardayal (secretary) and Pandit
Kashiram (treasurer) at San Franscisco. A paper by the name of Gadar was also brought out by this party. Raja Mahendra Pratap even set up a government in exile for India’s independence at Kabul.

Lahore Conspiracy Case 1915

A raid was conducted quash the activities of Gadar revolutionaries. Bhai Parmanand was arrested. Vishnu Ganesh Pingle & Kartar Singh Sarabha were also arrested. Baba Sohan Singh Bakhna were transported for life.
Kakori Conspiracy Case 1925

Ram Prasad Bismil, Rajendra Lahiri, Roshan Singh & Ashfaqullah Khan (first Muslim) were hanged. Sachindranath Saynal was sentenced to life  imprisonment. Chandra Sekhar Azad was also involved but he escaped.

Meerut Conspiracy 1929

 Thirty-one Communist leaders arrested for sedition: Trial lasted 4 years

Chittagong Armoury Raid 1930-32

Under the leadership of Suryasen on government armouries at Chittagong, Mymen Singh & Barisal. Ambika Chakraborti, Loknath Bal & Ganesh Ghose were prominent leaders involved. Among the girls, Kalpana Dutt, Preetilata Waddekar were in the forefront. A fight took place in Jalalabad hills where a number of revolutionaries were killed.

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