Mahavir Singh (revolutionary)
|Born||16 September 1904|
|Died||17 May 1933|
|Cause of death||Force-feeding|
|Organization||Naujawan Bharat Sabha|
|Known for||Indian independence movement|
He was arrested as part of the Second Lahore Conspiracy Case and took part in the Hunger Strike of 1933 to protest the treatment of prisoners along with Mohit Moitra (convicted in Arms Act Case) and Mohan Kishore Namadas (convicted in Arms Act Case) and 30 others.
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