Shankarlal Banker

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Shankarlal Banker was an Indian independence movement activist. He was one of the first most loyal recruits of Mahatma Gandhi, and had a major role to play in the textile labour struggle in Ahmedabad. On March 10, 1922, Gandhiji and Shankarlal Banker, as producer and editor of Gandhi's newspaper Young India, were accused for treason and arrested.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mulk Raj Anand; National Council of Educational Research and Training (India) (1987). The Historic trial of Mahatma Gandhi. National Council of Educational Research and Training. p. 24. 
  2. ^ Hunting the Lion–An eyewitness record of 1922 trial of Mahatma Gandhiji