British you hanged thousands of Bengali, hand over the power to Nehru and Jinnha: Basanta Kumar Biswas ! Do you know him ?
Thousands of Bengali freedom fighter sacrifice life for freedom of India. In return what Bengali received ! partition, conspiracy, destruction, after Netaji and Dr. S P Mukherjee disappear in the sky of Bengal it seems ship in the sea with out captain.
Biswas, Basanta Kumar , a freedom fighter of Bharat and an activist of the jugantar group, was born at Poragachha under Nadia district on 6 February 1895. Basanta Kumar Biswas was inspired by Jugantar leader Amarendranath Chattopadhyaya and Rashbehari bose.
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On 23 December 1912 Basanta threw a bomb at Governor General Hardinge in Delhi. Police arrested him on 26 February 1914 at Krishnanagar, Nadia while he was performing the last rites of his deceased father. He was then only 19. The trial of the Delhi-Lahore Conspiracy case began on 23 May 1914 in Delhi and on 5 October, Basanta, was sentenced to life imprisonment. The government was eager to give him death sentence. So a court appeal was formulated at Lahore High Court and, making a mockery of the whole judicial system, the records at Ambala jail were tampered with and Basanta’s age was enhanced by two years to prove that he was fully aware of the intensity of his crime. The tampering is till date left uncorrected in the jail records. Basanta Kumar Biswas was sentenced to be hanged till death.
Nation gifted to Nehru and Jinnah for sack of freedom: Between 200,000 and 2,000,000 people killing, 14 million Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims displacement
Basanta Kumar Biswas was hanged on 11 May 1915 at Ambala Central Jail in Punjab aged twenty and became one of the youngest people to be executed during the Indian revolutionary struggles during the 20th century.
There is a statue of Basanta Biswas in Tokyo. On the request of Sankariswar Dutta of Gobrapota Subhendu Memorial Seva Pratisthan the Loka Sabha Speaker Meera Kumar has installed a photo of Basanta Kumar at the Museum of the Indian Parliamen