Naujawan Bharat Sabha
Naujawan Bharat Sabha (Youth Society of India) was an association of Indian youth that sought to foment revolution against the British Raj by gathering together worker and peasant youth. The organization was founded by Bhagat Singh in March 1926.
The association was declared illegal under the Criminal Law Amendment Act (1908) in September 1934.
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