Kishori Lal

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Kishori Lal (died 11 July 1990) was a freedom fighter from Punjab, India who operated with Bhagat Singh and the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association (HSRA). Later, he took part in the movement for the liberation of Goa and was a committee member of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) at state level, as well as being active on the Desh Bhagal Yadgar Committee at Jalandhar.[1]

He was involved with the HSRA bomb-making unit at 69 Kashmiri Building, Lahore, from where he was arrested on 15 April 1929 along with Sukhdev Rai. Subsequently imprisoned, Lal participated in a historic hunger strike by HSRA members while in jail and was sentenced to transportation for life. However, he remained in Cellular Jail.[1] He also took part in Goa libration. Was member of the state committee of CPI (M). Active member of Desh Bhagal Yadgar Committee, Jalandhar.

Lal died on 11 July 1990 in hospital at Jalandhar, following a road accident.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Pandit Kishori Lal". Department of Museums of Punjab. Retrieved 21 August 2011.