Rash Behari

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Ghadar Conspiracy - Coordination
... Pingle returned to Calcutta with Rash Behari's invitation to the Jugantar leaders to meet him at Benares for co-ordinating and finalising their plans ... In a very important meeting, Rash Behari announced the rebellion, proclaiming "Die for their country." Though through Havildar Mansha Singh, the 16th Rajput Rifles at Fort William was successfully approached, Jatin ... Rash Behari and Pingle went to Lahore ...
Tokyo Conference
... The conference was held at the invitation of Rash Behari Bose who was instrumental in persuading the Japanese authorities to stand by the Indian nationalists ... regional factions, and also because of differences both with Rash Behari especially given his long connection with Japan and the current position of Japan as the occupying power in South-east Asia ... Rash Behari arrived in Singapore in April with the returning Indian delegation ...
Christmas Day Plot - World War I - Ghadar
... in Upper India was being coordinated by Rash Behari from United Provinces, and was ably supported by Vishnu Ganesh Pingle, another Ghadarite who too ... Units as far as Rangoon and Singapore were part of the Rash Behari's plan ... However, Rash Behari's plans for mutiny failed when, in February 1915, in a situation simmering in Punjab, Ghadar rose prematurely even before Papen had arranged to ship his arsenal ...
Christmas Day Plot - Pre-war Developments
... was proud that by 1910, he had worked closely with Rash Behari Bose ... The October of the same year, Rash Behari visited Lahore, rallying Har Dayal's group and beginning a campaign of revolutionary violence marked most dramatically by an attempt on the Viceroy ... Rash Behari's associate Basanta Biswas - sent by Amarendra Chatterjee, had belonged to Jatin Mukherjee's cirle of followers ...

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