Bhagat Ram Talwar played an active role in India's freedom struggle, and was known to be a close aide of Subhas Chandra Bose. Talwar helped Bose in his escape from British India. Bhagat Ram gave shelter to Bose in Kabul. Unknown to Bose, he served himself as a spy for at least four countries, namely, Germany, Japan, USSR and British-ruled India. He was an agent and prominent figure of the Kirti Kisan Party, which later came to be known as the Communist Party.