Mukundi Lal

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Mukundi Lal
OrganizationHindustan Socialist Republican Association
MovementIndian Independence movement

Mukundi Lal was an Indian Revolutionary Freedom Fighter and an active member of Hindustan Socialist Republican Association (HSRA). He was known for planning the Manipuri Conspiracy (1918) and the Kakori Conspiracy (also called, the Kakori Revolution or Kakori train robbery or Kakori Case), which was a train robbery that took place between Kakori and Alamnagar, near Lucknow, on 9 August 1925 during the Indian Independence Movement against the British Indian Government

He along with other renowned revolutionaries started the 'Naujawan Bharat Sabha' at Lahore that was an organisation involved in various activities, mainly gearing the youth for the struggle for independence and putting an end to British Imperialism and communalism.

Charges For Conspiracies[edit]

He was Sentenced to 7 years rigorous imprisonment in Mainpuri conspiracy and Life imprisonment in Kakori conspiracy case

Death[edit]

Mukundi Lal was killed when planning a jailbreak for Bhagat Singh. Lal attempted to detonate a bomb by a wall that resembled the prison wall, and was killed when the bomb went off unexpectedly.[citation needed]